This Sarkisla rug was woven by Kurds in Central Anatolia during the early 20th century.
It features five alternating rows of hooked diamonds which are classic for this special type. Distinguished by both uncommon and unexpected palettes of purplish reds, burnt oranges, navy, cool white, and topaz blue. The end borders continue with half portion of the classic hooked diamonds where the side borders showcase a smaller scale more abstract version of the same form.
In very good condition, with signs of wear consistent with age with some past reweaving properly done (as pictured). The length of the rug has been properly and professionally reduced at some point in its history. Low pile, with a soft handle.