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A rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of  ...
A rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of  ...
A rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of  ...
A rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of  ...
A rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of  ...
A rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of  ...
a rolakan weaving from the south of Sweden. The rolakan weaving technique is a Scandinavian single interlocked tapestry technique that denotes a pile-less textile and is similar in look to some of the flat-woven kilims found throughout the Middle East and Central Asia. That is, both sides of this type of weaving look basically the same - there is no pile as found in 'regular' carpets - although there is a distinct front and back side. This piece has an array of beautiful 'fast' natural colours and the graphic 'shimmering' design seen in the wide cross panels is what is often referred to as the eye-dazzler effect. a striking piece in very good condition woven circa 1900. Wool warp and weft, size 185cm/73in x 106cm/42in
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