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Antique Middle Amudarya Region Turkmen Ersari rug, second half 19th century

Code: MADES11

Size: 128x225cm

Size (ft): 4'3"x7'5"

Structure: wool on wool

Knots: asymmetrical open to the right

Description: Every diamond motif filled with khamtoz like patterns in this dynamic design - differs subtly from each other in shape, each is executed in an individual form. These diamonds are separated by wide zig-zags filled with stylized flower head motifs which is reminiscent of some ikat patterns. Good condition, scattered small old repairs, good pile.

CF: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, inv no: 1988.11.69. The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Collection.

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