This Sarkisla rug was likely woven by Kurds in Central Anatolia during the beginning of the 20th century. This spectacular rug features a striking palette of reds, oranges, blues and chartreuse (!), woven in a geometric pattern. The lattice pattern of hooked diamonds is found often in Sarkisla rugs, while the bright colors border motif are typical of Kurdish weavers. Note the two-tone selvedge, and the multi-color wool warp.
In excellent condition, signs of wear consistent with age with some past reweaving properly done (as pictured). Low pile, with a soft handle.