Rio Grande/Germantown wool weaving, woven in two panels and joined at the center, with a central serrated diamond with yellow, blue, red, green, tan, cream and brown colors on a red field and bordered by alternating bands of cream, brown, red, green and orange and interspersed stacked serrated diamonds. 78" H x 51" W Circa 1930. Condition: Overall very good condition with a few areas of minor staining. No visible holes or other damage.
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