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Antique flatwoven shadda (mistakenly called as "verneh") rug, late 19th century, Nakhchivan or Western Karabagh, Azerbaijan. Woven by Azerbaijan Turks

Sotheby's Sale: N07820 | Location: New York
Auction Dates: Session 1: Tue, 01 Oct 02 2:00 PM

LOT 263 (of 132)

5,000—7,000 USD

measurements: approximately 6ft. 8in. by 5ft. 10in. (2.03 by 1.78m.)

Description: late 19th century original macramé end finishes with some small repairs, partially oxidized charcoals, minor stains,