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Antique Afghan Charshango Rug. First Quarter 20th Century. Northern Afghanistan. Two and three quarter octagonal guls dominate the rich madder red field. A rosette minor border flank ‘Ashik’ main border. Rosettes are  ...
Antique Afghan Charshango Rug. First Quarter 20th Century. Northern Afghanistan. Two and three quarter octagonal guls dominate the rich madder red field. A rosette minor border flank ‘Ashik’ main border. Rosettes are  ...
Antique Afghan Charshango Rug. First Quarter 20th Century. Northern Afghanistan. Two and three quarter octagonal guls dominate the rich madder red field. A rosette minor border flank ‘Ashik’ main border. Rosettes are  ...
Antique Afghan Charshango Rug. First Quarter 20th Century. Northern Afghanistan. Two and three quarter octagonal guls dominate the rich madder red field. a rosette minor border flank ‘Ashik’ main border. Rosettes are sometimes found in early ’chemche’ gol centers. Possibly Aqchah. 4 colors. 4’6” x 7’0”. Excellent condition with soft, lustrous wool. All original sides and kilim ends. Delicately hand washed. In ‘The Turkoman Carpet’ by George w. O’Bannon, he states that the Charshango were a sub-tribe of the Salor and then the Ersari. Charshango rugs are rare. 
Compare our rug to the one illustrated on Pg. 133, 'The Turkoman Carpet'.
price:  POR