Mid-Century Moroccan Rug, 20th Century– Casual borders featuring detailed bereket symbols mark the boundaries of the field while small-scale latticework ends provide a solid closure for the branching allover composition. Linear latticework motifs woven in a muted shade of brown decorate the exquisite flaxen field. These wide lines in this vintage mid century Moroccan rug are woven with an outstanding pixilated pattern that appears solid at times. Grid-like goz symbols and smaller lozenges for protection against the evil eye decorate the latticework grid, which is comprised of interlocking burdock symbols with extended burrs. The latticework pattern casually morphs into abstract variations with strong lines. The Moroccan weavers are masters at creating countless variations and geometric figures using modular elements and a minimal color scheme. The abstract designs interspersed with ancient protection and duality symbols that decorate this piece, truly epitomize the unique style of mid-century Moroccan rugs.