This Turkmen rug was handwoven during the first quarter of the 20th century (1900-1925) in Central Asia. It features a classic hatchli design in the center of the piece, surrounded by large borders of alternating chevrons and a lovely skirt border on one end. These rugs were traditionally used as a door cover or entrance to a yurt. You can find beautiful tones of brick red, indigo blue, ivory, soft peach, and pleasant purple throughout the rug. This piece is very finely woven for the type and in excellent condition.