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Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost  ...
Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost  ...
Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost  ...
Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost  ...
Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost  ...
Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost  ...
Strikingly vibrant Tibetan khaden with three medallions and the so-called 'frog foot' design scattered throughout the center field. The main border is a well executed interlocking yungdrung (swastika) design with an almost 3d effect, while an inner minor border mimics the tigma crosses found in Tibetan tie-dyed nambu cloth. The selvages were once a wool frill / fringe of about 7 / 8cm (3 inches) long that has, as is often the case with this style of carpet, worn away over the years from usage – or have been purposely removed (for ‘atheistic’ purposes). Other than that there are no repairs or restorations, or any other damage. Primarily natural dyes, cotton warp and wool weft, size 145cm x x 84cm (57” x 33”), circa 1920 or before. All in all an interesting and very well designed stand-out piece.
price:  900 Euro O.N.O.