This double saddlebag or "Khorjin" was handwoven by the Qashqa'i in South Iran during the middle of the 20th century.
The bag face has a dense pile, with a flatwoven plain weave back. Braided loops at the tops of both bag faces act as clasps. The central design features a scarab motif often in Qashqa'i weaving on a red field filled with small geometric shapes and rosettes. The main border is composed of a serrated leaves and rosettes border. The color palette is limited to variations of reds, browns, oranges and blues.
In excellent condition, signs of wear consistent with age.