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One of our large Antique Bidjar rugs makes an appearance in Katniss' District 12 bedroom in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Made in Iran in 1880, this piece measures 13'2" x 25'8" and consists of a wool pile texture.
The scene in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay: Part I, in which Caesar Flickerman interviews Peeta in the Capitol, plays host to our beautiful Antique Sarouk-Ferahan. Produced in Iran in 1890, this piece measures 12'9" x 20'1" and is perfect for a large space.
An antique Kerman Lavar carpet can be seen in the living room in Katniss' District 12 house in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. This piece was made in Iran in 1910 and consists of a wool pile. It measures 14'3" x 17'12".
The runner in the foyer of Katniss' District 12 house in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is a Vintage Turkish Oushak carpet with wool pile and a medallion design. It measures 4'8" x 11'3".
The office in Katniss' District 12 house in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, where Snow meets with Katniss to intimidate her into cooperation, features two of our large Antique Tabriz rugs. Produced in 1950 in Iran, these rugs consist of wool pile and medallion designs. Their measurements are 10'0" x 12'6" and 9'9" x 12'7".