This Baluch rug was handwoven during the first quarter of the 20th century near the border of Iran and Afghanistan.
This rug features a camel ground and a geometric trellis motif. Each hexagon contains a tree shape in various colors, ranging from indigo to red, to green. The multicolored diagonal border is reminiscent of the candy-cane border found in Kurdish rugs.
In good condition, signs of wear are consistent with age. Low pile, with a loose handle. Original kilim ends are still intact.