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Antique Caucasian bag (face - pile technique), Khyzy (Khizi, Xızı) District (south of Shabran (Devechi), north west of Baku), Azerbaijan

Major Spring Auction
Auction date: Saturday 29. May 2010
Rippon Boswell & Co. International Auctioneers of Rare Carpets & Textiles

Lot: 129
Azeri Khorjin A small double bag with piled faces showing animal figures in two horizontal panels, surrounded by a border of diagonal stripes. The kilim technique connecting panel is patterned with diagonal stripes. Signs of age and wear.
Origin: South Caucasus, Azerbaijan
Size: 112 x 43 cm
Age: Ca. 1900
Estimate: 1.100,00