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Early Saltillo Serapi Mexican wool weaving or rug, comprised of alternating geometric bands with designs resembling arrows, in colors of cream, rust, and black with accents of yellow and blue, fringe to both ends. 100" L X 56" W. Provenance: Consignor inherited this rug from her grandmother, Helen Miriam Rice, who taught at the Dwight Indian Mission School located in Vian, Oklahoma prior to 1917. CONDITION: Scattered minor small holes, possibly due to moth damage. One larger hole, approximately 1", near one end. Scattered minor spotting.