Table Runner , Greek Style
Table Runner, Greek style, Red color. Elegant and striking settings that enhance ethnic designs in modern styles.
Item # : TX010
- Color Code:48 Color:Red Pattern:Greek Size:Small - In Stock
- Color Code:48 Color:Red Pattern:Greek Size:Large - Out Of Stock
Table Runner , Greek Style This decorative depicted Greek designed table runner is woven by Druze folklore in Israel. Elegant and striking settings that enhance ethnic designs in modern styles. The colors of the rooms in your home are a direct reflection of your personality.
Red radiates energy, passion, action & unity to the atmosphereThis is an unusual, cotton blend, woven table runner that is durable and machine washable. Available : 43 X 16 Inches / 110 X 40 cm
The Druze are a minor group who recite peacefully in Israel & are well known for their hospitality.
Their villages are located in the Carmel and Golan regions.
They wear their traditional clothes, tell stories about their Druze heritage & decorate their houses with an authentic Druze decor.
The Druze village of Isfiya is located on the top of the Carmel Mountain with a panoramic view of the surrounding green hills.
Isfiya was established during the 17th & 18th century by Druze from the mountains of Lebanon.
They were later joined by several Egyptian families, in 2003 the village was merged with neighboring Druze village of Daliat El Carmel. The two unified villages are known today as Ir Carmel.
Daliyat El Carmel is a colorful village that offers wonderful hospitality with a smile & is also very interesting. Daliyat El Carmel was founded in the 17th century by Druze from Mt. Lebanon.
Sir Laurence Oliphant, an Englishman who loved the Holy Land & moved here in 1880 to help the Jews during the period of the first Aliyah wave of immigration. Today his house serves as a military memorial to the village residents who served in the Israel Defense Forces & gave their lives for their country.
Anter has a unique collection of tablecloths, runners, bags, pillows & fashion wear . The designs , colors & styles are inspired by Druze’s in Israel.