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    A Decorative Area Rug by Versace, Circa 1990s. Wool, in a colorful floral-and-square pattern, with the Versace logo around all borders, back stitched "Gianni Versace" above a label reading "Gianni Versace / Home Signature;" Gianni Versace personally gifted this to Stallone and he used it in his home for a number of years. (Please note the rug is now heavily dirtied and stained due to use.)
    93" x 67"


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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