Thisdouble saddlebag or "Khorjin" was woven by the Baluch during the second quarter of the 20th century.
The bag face is pile woven with a flat-woven back. Each side features a stepped polygon central motif contained in a camel square surrounded by dark red and blue borders. Both have slit top enclosures in red, brown, and blue decorated with white weft-floated rosettes and separated from the pile weave with a soumak woven band of bright polychrome rosettes. One side features a blue ground polygon and the other a ground one and they are connected by a red and brown striped kilim.
In very good condition, some fraying on the edges.