This wide Muqur kilim was woven by Pashtun people in Afghanistan during the middle of the twentieth century.
It features a graphic geometric design with an undulating trellis edge within a border of diamond-filled blocks. A color palette of reds, blues, greens, orange, and white is well balanced. The bottom edge features some faded red abrash adding a unique touch and extra personality.
In very good condition, flatwoven but dense with some weight giving it extra durability for a kilim.