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Kyrgyz "Ok Bosh" (wool felt with wool/cotton embroidery), Central Asia,   19th C.,  1'2" x 2'7" (excluding tassels)

It is rare to encounter a pair of these 'bags', presumably made for  ...
Kyrgyz "Ok Bosh" (wool felt with wool/cotton embroidery), Central Asia,   19th C.,  1'2" x 2'7" (excluding tassels)

It is rare to encounter a pair of these 'bags', presumably made for  ...
Kyrgyz "Ok Bosh" (wool felt with wool/cotton embroidery), Central Asia,   19th C.,  1'2" x 2'7" (excluding tassels)

It is rare to encounter a pair of these 'bags', presumably made for  ...
Kyrgyz "Ok Bosh" (wool felt with wool/cotton embroidery), Central Asia,   19th C.,  1'2" x 2'7" (excluding tassels)

It is rare to encounter a pair of these 'bags', presumably made for  ...
Kyrgyz "Ok Bosh" (wool felt with wool/cotton embroidery), Central Asia, 19th c., 1'2" x 2'7" (excluding tassels)

It is rare to encounter a pair of these 'bags', presumably made for the wedding procession (ceremonial use only). All 'ok bosh' are made in pairs, whether Turkmen, Kyrgyz or some other tribe, as they are used to decorate a camel.

The condition is good, the colors (including the wool weaving used to line the interior of each one - see final detail image).

$1000 for the pair, including domestic usa shipping.