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Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving.  While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not.  ...
Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving.  While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not.  ...
Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving.  While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not.  ...
Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving.  While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not.  ...
Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving.  While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not.  ...
Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving.  While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not.  ...
Yomut Asmalyk, Central Asia, 19th century, 3’4” x 2’6”

An extremely colorful example of Yomud weaving. While the design format is one that some might consider as “standard”, the color is not. The presence of three blues (dark, medium and light) is quite nice as well as the clear madder red coupled with a darker maroon/liver shade.

The design is boldly drawn without the stiffer quality that often typifies this lattice design type. There is a sense of movement and the mechanical quality of drawing that is often seen in these asmalyks is absent.

The colors are clear and vibrant, all derived from natural dyes, and the condition is good with no holes or repairs.

The pile is virtually full and quite lustrous.

price:  $950 + shipping