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Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia.  The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect  ...
Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia.  The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect  ...
Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia.  The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect  ...
Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia.  The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect  ...
Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia.  The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect  ...
Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia.  The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect  ...
Uzbek Suzani, Central Asia, 19th Century, 7' 5" x 5' 10"

An exceptionally nice example of this type of embroidery from Central Asia. The iconography of these textiles all seem to reflect a similar theme that some have interpreted to be of celestial origin, ie. sun/moon design.

It it thought these textiles may have been a part of the dowry but others have suggested they were made for commerce, albeit some being much more artistic than others. The loose drawing, a free hand rendition done without the aid of sketching it out first on the ground cloth, is very pleasing to the eye.

The condition is good with no holes or corrosive damage as one often sees in these textiles (a corrosive red is often the culprit) and the colors are all derived from natural dyes.

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