This circa 1910 Peking weave Chinese rug with an Art Deco design measures 9’3” X 11’6”. It has a deep blue field with a very simple design. The lower right corner has an open pavilion on a cliff jutting over the water with a large palm tree behind and a rockery below. Two boats are sailing away and one nosy bird is above checking it all out. The lower left corner is filled with nicely drawn flower branches in blue, purple, lavender, green, pale brown, ivory and red. The other end of the rug has a three-story pagoda over a waterfall with boats sailing by and a large tree coming from a rockery to its right. The mate to the aforementioned nosy bird is fluttering around this checking things out. To the left is a large group of flowering foliage in the same aforementioned colors. The entire rug is encompassed with a narrow border in burgundy red. The major border is a camel hair color which serves the main purpose of catching the overflow of the field motif. The rug is essentially mint condition. The ends and sides are complete. It is clean and ready to go. The buyer pays shipping with insurance of $150.