This Tekke rug was handwoven during the second quarter of the 20th century in Central Asia.
The field features three rows of seven rounded main guls with alternating rows of eye like minor guls in between and disappearing into the border. It has a gorgeous subtle color palette of varying shades of peach, salmon, and indigo. It is finished on each end with skirt borders on the top and bottom. In good condition, wear is consistent with age.