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Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia.  Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution  ...
Turkmen Chuval, Yomud Group(?), Central Asia, 19th Century, approx 3'6" x 2'5"

An excellent example of Turkmen weaving from Central Asia. Woven with an asymmetric knot, open to the right, the attribution is unclear. Conventional wisdom deems it to be "Yomud Group" but with the complex structure of disparate tribes unrelated to one another weaving in a similar fashion, it is not certain which tribe may have woven this chuval.

The condition is excellent, the pile is full and lustrous. All the colors are derived from natural dyes.