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Antique Kazak Karakoyunlu Kilim with rams horn and facing bird motifs

Code: KZKLM02J

Age: ~1890

: 145x225cm

Size (ft): 4'9"x7'5"

Structure: wool on wool, flatweave, produced by interweaving the warp and weft yarns

Description: Archaic beautifully drawn rams horn and latchhook-like motifs (facing birds) in alternating rows. Slit-kilim technique with some fine brocading. Beautiful age patina.

This antique kilim has been woven by Kazak-Shamshaddil Karakoyunlu tribe semi-nomads ~130 years ago.

Very good condition. Small damage in the fringe. Excellent all natural dye colors.


Sothebys Textiles, Rugs and Carpets from the Collections of Bergi Andonian and Joseph W. Fell New York, 19 May 2011, Lot 77

Robert Nooter, “Flatwoven Rugs and Textiles from the Caucasus (a few similar examples are published in this book)

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