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What starts as a red background slowly changes to a burnt orange, abruptly shifting to a beautiful lavender. The center is a geometric medallion within a medallion, filled with a light shade of orange on the inside and a muted dark brown color on the outside. The medallions are then outlined with colors of orange, red, black, and cream. Surrounding this medallion is a floral vine with outlines of brown, ivory, orange, and light blue. The four corners are a continuation of the vibrant colors seen through out, moving from the orange to a light steel blue accented with red, cream, and dark brown. The taupe border is contains a geometric flower motif that utilizes all the brilliant colors found with in the center of this wonderful piece.
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7.7 in. W x 11.8 in. L
20 cm W x 30 cm L
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