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Kyrgyz bashtyk, Kyrgyzstan, tentatively attributed to the Osh region, 29" x 29", 73.6 x 73.6 cm (+/-), circa 1925, very good condition with isolated wear to portions of the flatweave ends, excellent  ...
Kyrgyz bashtyk, Kyrgyzstan, tentatively attributed to the Osh region, 29" x 29", 73.6 x 73.6 cm (+/-), circa 1925, very good condition with isolated wear to portions of the flatweave ends, excellent  ...
Kyrgyz bashtyk, Kyrgyzstan, tentatively attributed to the Osh region, 29" x 29", 73.6 x 73.6 cm (+/-), circa 1925, very good condition with isolated wear to portions of the flatweave ends, excellent  ...
Kyrgyz bashtyk, Kyrgyzstan, tentatively attributed to the Osh region, 29" x 29", 73.6 x 73.6 cm (+/-), circa 1925, very good condition with isolated wear to portions of the flatweave ends, excellent range of color derived from natural dye sources, these include but are not limited to a mid-range green, a blue-green, a strong, clear red and an apricot, consistent with bashtyk weavings of the period the closure flap is decorative rather than functional, a variation of the 'potnos kochot' form is the centerpiece of the field, the use of the 'bagjagai' design in the border is a less commonly seen element.
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