Small Karaja rug handwoven in NW Persia during the second quarter of the 20th century.
The design is composed of three medallions on a deep red field. The rest of the field is filled in with various shapes and geometric designs, which is also repeated in the border, which is composed of a geometric floral meander. The color palette includes, apart from red, blues, white, and oranges, while the shapes are outlined in black, which makes them pop against the red ground.
In good condition, signs of wear consistent with age. Low pile, with a sturdy handle.