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  • Shahsavan mafrash panels, Moghan-Savalan region, northeast Azarbayjan, this is another example where two segments from a damaged piece were carefully joined to ... read more

  • East Caucasus bag face (sumac), Baku District, circa 1875, size 21" x 20" (53 x 50 cm), visual energy is injected into ... read more

  • African Kuba-Shoowa prestige cloth, size 21" x 22", excellent condition, no damage, no surface wear, no stains, professionally mounted.

  • Shahsavan bag face, Qarabagh Province, Central Transcaucasia, size 21" x 27" (53 x 69 cm), circa 1875, the design elements are clearly ... read more

  • African Kuba-Shoowa, prestige cloth, size 21" x 31" (53 x 78 cm), excellent condition, clean with no surface wear, damage, or stains, ... read more

  • African Kuba-Shoowa, prestige cloth, 23" x 23" (58 x 58 cm), professionally mounted, excellent condition, no wear, damage or stains.

  • Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, size 37" x 62" (93 x 157 cm), classic Baluch design, very good condition with slight oxidation to ... read more

  • Shahsavan Mafrash Panel, Hashtrud-Mianeh region, South Central Azarbayjan, 20" x 14" (7.8 x 5.5 cm), circa 1875, wonderfully tribal yet executed ... read more

  • Turkmen-Baluch prayer rug, ne Persia/NW Afghanistan, size 54" x 41" (137 x 104 cm), circa 1850 - 1880, it appears this unusual ... read more

  • Baluch Rug - This example is a member of a small subset of symmetrically knotted weavings commonly called Aimaq-Baluch or Bahluli-Baluch. There ... read more
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  • Shahsavan Bedding Bag Panel (Moghan-Savalan), ne Azarbayjan, 40" x 21" (101 x 53 cm), circa 1850 or earlier, the central panel is ... read more

  • Central Anatolian kilim fragment, 54" x 125" (137 x 317 cm), circa 1875, presents a simple yet bold composition that is capable ... read more

  • Shahsavan (Moghan-Savalan)Panel, circa 1880, 39" x 20" (99 x 50 cm), identifying the purpose for which this weaving was intended is problematic, ... read more
    price:  On Request

  • Early Anatolian kilim fragment, West-Central Turkey, circa 1850, washed and professionally mounted, 35" x 94", brilliant, all natural dyes, surviving portion is ... read more

  • Central Anatolian Rug, Konya-Cappadocia region, 44" x 58", 111 x 147 cm, the border design is described as being 'quite rare', a ... read more