A very interesting kilim-like seating square woven in a very unusual knotting fashion, being either rural or nomadic work with primarily natural dyes, and un-dyed wool. The center square features a green double dorje on a bright red field, which may indicate that it was possibly given as a gift to a person of higher status. The thin outer strip resembles the feldt red covered border seen on may Tibetan carpets and the main border is what appears to be a half Running T design, while the inner border is of pearls. A very unique flat woven piece, of a knotting technique seldom seen and seldom used. In excellent condition as it appears itself to have been seldom used (as many gifts to lamas or high officials were).