The design style of the rug is a classic example of the Tekrari or endless repeat pattern commonly used in Baluchi rugs. This type of design is characterized by a repeating pattern that has no discernible beginning or end, with motifs arranged in horizontal, vertical or diagonal rows. The color palette of the rug consists of browns and reds with white lines and geometrical elements used to separate different sections of the rug. The brown panels with small white elements inside resembling crosses are a common motif in Baluchi rugs, and may have symbolic significance related to the culture or beliefs of the Baluchi people. The use of repeating elements and motifs is a hallmark of Baluchi rug design, and the intricate patterns and colors of these rugs are highly prized by collectors and enthusiasts of traditional textiles.
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