A bold, large-scale diamond lattice of one-way colourful triangles encloses in each cell a highly stylised tree (bush, flower?) with uplifted, oblique triangle b fringed branches (stems?), all on the light, naturally abrashed mocha ground. The old ivory slanted, serrated leaf and Y-shaped flower border has a faintly Caucasian air, but the rug, with its plain flatwoven ends, is probably southwest Persian. Good condition with an almost subdued palette, right in current decorating trends. Not a Veramin in any case.