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Tekke 6-gul torba

A treasured Tekke dowry item, with great condition and pure saturated colours. It epitomises stunning workmanship in the …More

122 x 43

£3,650

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Qashgai bagface

This late 19th century bagface has good colour and the traditional design elements we expect in these bags. Some …More

58 x 66

£325

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Uzbekistan susani

Uzbekistan nim susani. This piece has been quilted and mounted. An embroidery with a lot of space, which gives it a …More

130 x 94

£4,750

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Malatya yuruk

East Anatolian rug. A rare early 19th century example with a triple medallion design harking back to the Central Asian …More

213 x 112

£675

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Tekke rug

Early 20th century Tekke wedding rug, in good condition. Rugs in this small square format are believed to have been part …More

114 x 104

£480

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Tibetan saddle rug

Woven early 20th century this stunningly graphic saddle rug is in good condition, showing signs of wear appropriate to …More

122 x 86

£350

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Giordes prayer rug

Giordes prayer rug. Long considered the acme of Turkish rugs, enjoying huge popularity in the 1920’s and 1930’s, this …More

163 x 124

£650

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Ersari chuval

Early 20th century Ersari chuval from the Amu Darya area in Uzbekistan One of a pair – see #11539 Complete piece with …More

94 x 163

£260

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Ersari chuval

Early 20th century Ersari chuval from the Amu Darya area in Uzbekistan One of a pair – see #11540 Complete piece with …More

94 x 160

£260

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Yomut torba

Woven on the borders of Iran and Uzbekistan, this mid-to-late 19th century torba is complete with its back and side …More

104 x 43

£475

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Baktiari khorjin

These mixed technique Baktiari saddle bags date from the early 20th century. The colours are from natural vegetable …More

104 x 61

£280

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Kurdish yastic

Woven in NE Turkey this 19th century Kurdish yastic has typical Sanjabi design elements. The piece has old repairs, but …More

89 x 61

£360

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NW Persian khorjin

Probably woven in the Azerbaijan region towards the end of the 19th century, the graphic quality of this bag is …More

84 x 41

£190

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Tibetan saddle mat

Tibetan saddle mat. An early 20th century piece with great colour and good condition. Note the Buddhist symbols in the …More

79 x 61

£250

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Beshir torba

This late 19th century torba from the mid Amu Darya river region has excellent wool and colour, and a non-routine …More

109 x 38

£495

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Qashgai bagface

One of a pair, this late 19th century bag face has a design seen in Kurdish and Quashgai weavings. It has been woven …More

79 x 56

£325

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Qashgai bagface

One of a pair, this late 19th century bag face has a design seen in Kurdish and Quashgai weavings. It has been woven …More

76 x 58

£325

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Ningxia seating mat

Chinese Ningxia meditation square, 19th century. Quality piece of sumptuous colour and lustrous pile, with an engagingly …More

61 x 66

£645

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Uzbekistan susani

Uzbekistan nim susani – A startlingly graphic embroidery in great condition. The space in the composition is …More

155 x 109

£6,450

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Shahsavan bagface

Shahsavan Kamseh soumak bag face, mid-to-late 19th century, with repeating double-headed animals. Cf.”Sumak Bags” …More

61 x 61

£3,250

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