Very abstract and unique village rug. This rug was woven by Kurds in eastern Anatolia in the early 20th century. The weaver had a lot of fun with their creation. The pattern breaks apart and reforms in a fluid and comforting manner. Proportion and dimensionality morph just enough to be subtly surreal. The main border slowly shifts from pattern to blocks of color. The size has been reduced at some point in it's history, but properly done and is nearly invisible. In excellent condition.