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Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior  ...
Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior  ...
Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior  ...
Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior  ...
Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior  ...
Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior  ...
Another intriguing sumack bag. Cm 52x56. Second half 19th c. Great sumack weave. Lovely natural dyes. Pattern with central white background and “endless repeating stepped lozanges with small hooks and an interior cruciform motif”. a wide border filled with stars “protects” the central field. Tanavoli in his mega book “shahsavan” attributed this design to the Shahsavan Moghan-Savalan area, plate 185, while John Wertime talks about Karabagh, see plate 117 and 118. If you have time go and have a look at these other interesting sumack bags: http://rugrabbit.com/node/190357 http://rugrabbit.com/node/190464 http://rugrabbit.com/node/190463 http://rugrabbit.com/node/190447 http://rugrabbit.com/node/190179
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