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Kyrgyz Reed Screen with Memling Guls and Camels. One of the choicest pieces published in John L. Sommer's groundbreaking book, "The Kyrgyz and Their Reed Screens" (1996) as plate' 5) 93.27 Kyrgyz  ...
Kyrgyz Reed Screen with Memling Guls and Camels. One of the choicest pieces published in John L. Sommer's groundbreaking book, "The Kyrgyz and Their Reed Screens" (1996) as plate' 5) 93.27 Kyrgyz  ...
Kyrgyz Reed Screen with Memling Guls and Camels. One of the choicest pieces published in John L. Sommer's groundbreaking book, "The Kyrgyz and Their Reed Screens" (1996) as plate' 5) 93.27 Kyrgyz  ...
Kyrgyz Reed Screen with Memling Guls and Camels. One of the choicest pieces published in John L. Sommer's groundbreaking book, "The Kyrgyz and Their Reed Screens" (1996) as plate' 5) 93.27 Kyrgyz  ...
Kyrgyz Reed Screen with Memling Guls and Camels. One of the choicest pieces published in John l. Sommer's groundbreaking book, "The Kyrgyz and Their Reed Screens" (1996) as plate' 5) 93.27 Kyrgyz Ashkana Chiy. 19th c.' The description reads, "a carefully woven, much worn ashkana chiy with four Bactrian (two-humped) camels, one at each corner of the central area. The overall two-one-two design shows two Memling guls at each end a bordered central design. The lower edge cloth binding has been lost. The original plain chiy extension has been lost..." a true antique ethnographic tribal Central Asian artifact!
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