This rug is known around the world as a Karachop because its design originated in the Azeri settlement of Karchop, modern day Iormughanlo, Kakheti. It was expertly woven by Sevde and her niece Leyle during the COVID-19 crisis in Kosalar, Georgia. In order to control the outbreak of the virus the government ordered that during the months of February through May all essential traffic in and out of Kosalar would be halted. It was a very difficult time for the small, poor Kosalar community. One of the bright spots for Sevda and Leyla was that despite everyone being out of work they were able to devote their time and effort into this beautiful rug. This rug is almost a perfect replica of the antique inspiration. A rich, deep red field contrasting the stout blues and greens.