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Uzbek “Napramach” (storage bag panel), Central Asia, 19th C., 1’7” x 2’11”

Another incredibly nice example of this type of weaving from Central Asia, with a startlingly beautiful palette serving to highlight what  ...
Uzbek “Napramach” (storage bag panel), Central Asia, 19th c., 1’7” x 2’11”

Another incredibly nice example of this type of weaving from Central Asia, with a startlingly beautiful palette serving to highlight what is not an uncommon design for weavings of this type. 

Ostensibly made for utilitarian purposes, one might assume, given the quality of color/wool/design, that these may have been dowry weavings rather than for everyday use?  Others may be more qualified to answer that question than myself.

The condition is excellent (no repair, no holes or re-weaves) with a vibrant saturated palette of all natural dyes.

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