This kilim woven double saddlebag or "Khorjin" was woven in Afghanistan during the second quarter of the 20th century.
The closure is composed of brown, purple, and orange slit tapestry with brown braided loops. The back is a simple plain weave with a striped pattern between the bag-faces. The bag-face design is of multicolored stripes in browns and purples with various geometric patterns within the stripes which are woven in ivory and orange. The bottoms of both bag-faces are trimmed with purple and orange fringe to great effect.
In good condition, signs of wear consistent with age.