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Brand: Karastan
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There have been students at Cambridge since the 11th Century. Numerous colleges are located here including Cambridge University, King's College, St. John's College and Queen's College. Cambridge trades in both ideas and agricultural products as the region's thriving market center. Tourists relax and students study on The Backs, the gardens that run from the back of the old colleges to the edge of the gently flowing River Cam. On the river, students lean on long poles, guiding flat-bottomed river craft called punts while their passengers enjoy a lazy afternoon ''punting on the Cam''. The timeless beauty of our Cambridge rug brings warmth to any decor incorporating a rich collection of blooms and interconnected vinery. The versatile color palette includes red, indigo, ivory, yellow, caramel, deep terra cotta, medium blue and soft green. Each of these colors has been specially dyed to achieve graduated shades of each hue on the wool yarns. The result is literally dozens of individual colors woven to simulate the stria effect of aged vegetal dyes. Cambridge is woven in the U.S.A. of premium worsted New Zealand wool. The Cambridge design mixes easily with the Windsor, Devonshire, Hampton Court, and Stratford from the same collection. Pattern repeat: 5' 5 3/4''
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4 stars
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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

By GrannynannyVerified Purchaser from Dover, NH on 9/17/2011
Attractive Design, Durable, Soft, Stain Resistant, Wonderful color
No Kara-Corner
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High-End Shopper, Practical, Stylish
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Karastan English Manor Cambridge 2120R-502 Custom Length Runner:

I love the runner. I wish Karastan still made the Kara-corner because I really wanted the runner to flow up the stairs and turn on the landing and than continue up the last two stairs. This pattern couldn't be mitered on the landing because the pattern is large. We ran it up the stairs and to the back wall of the landing and than started on the rise of the last two steps

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