|Size||2'5'' x 4'2'' feet|
|Country Of Origin||United States|
|Age||Early 20 Century|
American hooked rugs are indigenous to the Northeast region of the United States and Eastern Canada. Their production began in the mid-1800s, gradually spreading lower to North America. Hooked rugs were made from any scrap material available and burlap feed sacks were used for the foundation.
Measures: 2'5'' x 4'2''