This textile is in good condition. The corners are stable, and only show some slight wear. There is one area, where there is a slight separation at a lazy line. There is an old repair area about 3" by 1" in size. There is one area with a broken warp, but the weft is still intact, about 1" in size. There are five areas of minor weft weft on the surface of the weaving. There is very minor color run of the mountain mahogany dye at the border. One end has an old repair area, about 1.5" by 0.5" in size. The selvage has a 4" long area with old mending. The other selvage has very minor wear to the weft. One side is slightly faded, and it has one superficial spot, the size of a dime. The warp count is 6, and the weft count is 24, per inch. Acquired from a private collection in Kentucky.