This Tekke rug was handwoven during the late 19th century in Central Asia. It teatures two rows of seven guls along the center of the rug. It has a gorgeous subtle color palette of varying shades of peach, salmon and indigo. Multiple borders of varying widths surround the piece in geometric chevrons and diamonds that all meld together as one. It is finished on each end with a additional distinct skirt border. Wear is consistent with age.