Welcome to Trash to Treasure Tuesday hosted by Diane at A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words. For today's trash to treasure, I would like to share with you something I'm very proud to have received over the weekend. Below is a few pictures from a few different angles of an authenic Persian rug that dates back between three hundred fifty to four hundred years. It belonged to my Great Aunt Mary Emma years ago. It was then handed down to her sister Anne(who is my grandmother), and she used it in her home for over twenty five years. It was then passed along to my Aunt Robin, who has used it for the past several years. She recently did some remodeling in her home, and decided not to use it. She asked me if I would like to use it in my home, and I jumped at the opportunity. I'm sure you can see from the pics why:) I didn't know until this past weekend that Persia is what is now known as Iran. The rug is hand woven, with a beautiful unique design. I'm very proud to have it, and hope that one day I will have someone very special to pass it down to. Thanks for stopping by. Have a good day!
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