Karabagh ‘Tree’ Dated 1905

Description

We usually find the ‘tree’ design on rugs woven in the Kazak area. This rare Karabagh features a double tree design divided by an horizontal stripe containing two large ‘Memling Guls’. The red field is densely filled by animals, Memlings, hooks, ram’s horns, eyes and a large tree in the lower part. Probably the daughter/son of the weaver (or the weaver herself) got married in the weaving time so the upper field gets different, displaying the bride, the broom and spouses together. This carpet was most probably used as a dowry. The piece is dated ‘1322’ (1905) in the upper left and is in overall very good condition for its age.

Size  226×144 cm / 7′ 5” x 4′ 9”

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Additional information

Dimensions 226 x 144 cm ( 7.41 x 4.72 ft )
ID
Name Karabagh Tree
Period Dated '1322' (1905)
Materials Wool
Origin Caucasus
Condition Very Good
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Additional information

Dimensions 226 x 144 cm ( 7.41 x 4.72 ft )
ID
Name Karabagh Tree
Period Dated '1322' (1905)
Materials Wool
Origin Caucasus
Condition Very Good