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Signature area rug by Pierre Cardin. Design is created by four rotating, interlocking P's, one of Mr. Cardin's most iconic uses of his initials. Dark brown and tan wool, in excellent condition. Signed in corner of rug.
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Machine woven wool
5 ft. 11.5 in. W
182 cm W
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