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This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug.
Typical  ...
This piece has a predecessor.In Hali 166, p.49, #27 you find a Centralanatolian runner from the 17th century which shows this design, although this is clearly an early (maybe 1800) Shahsavan rug. Typical not only the narrow white border with a design that you find later, simplified, on soumac bags, but also the structure, while the red outer border with the green design reminds of a certain kind of pilebage. It takes a while till you sense the grip of this piece. It was definitely done by a woman who had a fine connection towards tradition