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Tanavoli in his classic book: Shahsavan, exhibits a similar piece: pl. 186 .  He comments that his near identical 1/2 khordjin was woven by settled Shahsavan in Qeydar in the Khamseh  ...
Tanavoli in his classic book: Shahsavan, exhibits a similar piece: pl. 186 .  He comments that his near identical 1/2 khordjin was woven by settled Shahsavan in Qeydar in the Khamseh  ...
Tanavoli in his classic book: Shahsavan, exhibits a similar piece: pl. 186 .  He comments that his near identical 1/2 khordjin was woven by settled Shahsavan in Qeydar in the Khamseh  ...
Tanavoli in his classic book: Shahsavan, exhibits a similar piece: pl. 186 . He comments that his near identical 1/2 khordjin was woven by settled Shahsavan in Qeydar in the Khamseh region. He remarks that very few khordjin were woven in this area, and the design was rarely used. Andrews & Azadi"s book Mafrash display a complete set of bags bearing the identical design and palette. Hegenbart: Rare Oriental Woven Bags, illustrates a similar piece but in fragmented condition. How interesting to time travel back and see who was responsible for weaving these beautiful pieces and over what period of time? Mid 19th c., 23" x 26", very finely woven, naturally dyed to a soft coloration, without repair and in excellent condition. Unfortunately, the photo doesn't convey the subtle range of colors including a very lovely aubergine.
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