This is a unique antique Agra, hand woven in India, combines ivory, blue and earth tone colors with an intricate all over design. This one of a kind piece also has hidden birds within its intricate design.
Agra rugs are difficult to classify as they vary in size, design, and composition. Although they often exhibit open fields with smaller medallions and guards, they can also be woven with all-over designs. Similarly, the fields are usually composed of olive greens, blues, fawns, and tans, but can also be red or other colors. The older Mughal pieces are relatively rare (they are usually found in fragments or are resized and heavily restored) and as such are much more valuable.
The weight of an Agra is one telling factor between Mughal Agras and the Agras from the 19th and 20th century; newer Agras are heavier.