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Spectacular antique textile embroidered by women of the Serkhart Baluch tribe (literally Baluch from the Border). The stitch in the embroidery is so small that it was probably made with a magnifying  ...
Spectacular antique textile embroidered by women of the Serkhart Baluch tribe (literally Baluch from the Border). The stitch in the embroidery is so small that it was probably made with a magnifying  ...
Spectacular antique textile embroidered by women of the Serkhart Baluch tribe (literally Baluch from the Border). The stitch in the embroidery is so small that it was probably made with a magnifying  ...
Spectacular antique textile embroidered by women of the Serkhart Baluch tribe (literally Baluch from the Border). The stitch in the embroidery is so small that it was probably made with a magnifying  ...
Spectacular antique textile embroidered by women of the Serkhart Baluch tribe (literally Baluch from the Border). The stitch in the embroidery is so small that it was probably made with a magnifying glass. The piece is decorated with buttons and sea shells (symbols of fertility). The triangles at the bottom are normally used as fertility symbols by representing a woman's vulva. Of all the textiles we have handled in over 25 years, this one has perhaps the smallest stitch. 160x25 (without the tassels). You can buy this embroidered textile directly from our web: https://nomada.biz/en/producto/antique-serkhat-baluch-textile-from-afgha...