This Northwest Persian rug was handwoven during the first quarter of the 20th century.
The field is primarily composed of seven diamonds with a simplified latch-hook outline in a rainbow of colors. Geometric shapes and symbols fill in the rest of the fields open space. The main border is a geometric variation on the popular 'stars and leaves' design. The minor borders features tiny boteh and flowers on the top and bottom edges. The outer border is composed of the candy-cane motif, typical of Northwest Persian and Kurdish production.
In very good condition, signs of wear consistent with age. Low pile, with a soft handle. Edges have been reinforced for longevity.