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Tribal rugs from Afghanistan and Turkestan

Jack Franses

Tribal rugs from Afghanistan and Turkestan

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by Jack Franses

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Published by ill.(some col.) in iv, 64p .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL20301900M

E Turkestan Rugs. Please click rug images to access a page with the full description and the enlarged images for each rug! Antique Khotan, Khirgez, Suzanni, home decor from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and :// Tribal Rugs: Treasures of the Black Tent Hardcover – Aug Afghanistan, Turkey, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Each chapter introduces a different group of tribes and illustrates the rugs, carpets, kilims and utilitarian bags attributed to their weavers. Tribal weaving, together with the use of natural vegetable dyes, began its  › Books › Crafts, Hobbies & Home › Antiques & Collectibles.

Get this from a library! Book of oriental carpets and rugs. [Ian Bennett] -- Featuring Oriental rugs and carpets. 60 full page color illustrations / photographs of carpets and rugs from Persia, Pakistan, India, China, Turkey, The Caucasus, Afghanistan and Turkestan. Sections   Gols are tribal designs employed extensively in turkmen (turkomen) and other tribal rugs. Generally you can think of a gol like you would consider a crest, it is a means of identifying the tribe that the weaver is

  The appearance of a number of rugs from East Turkestan in recent auctions and the record setting prices achieved for many of them prompted me to take a closer look at the literature on these rugs. At the same time, I knew of a large group of these rugs in the inventory of Timur Shah of Afghanistan's Nomadic Rugs in   A Persian carpet (Persian: فرش ايرانى ‎, romanized: farš-e irâni [ˈfærʃe ʔiːɾɒːˈniː]) or Persian rug (Persian: قالی ايرانى ‎, romanized: qâli-ye irâni [ɢɒːˈliːje ʔiːɾɒːˈniː]), also known as Iranian carpet, is a heavy textile made for a wide variety of utilitarian and symbolic purposes and produced in Iran (historically known as Persia), for home


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TRIBAL RUGS FROM AFGHANISTAN AND TURKESTAN Hardcover – January 1, by Jack Franses (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Mission to Turkestan: Being the memoirs of Count K.K.

Pahlen, by Konstantin Konstanovich Pahlen. Turkestan: The Heart of Asia by Curtis. Tribal Rugs from Afghanistan and Turkestan by Jack Frances. The Heart of Asia: A History of Russian Turkestan and the Central Asian Khanates from the Earliest Times by Edward Den NEW BOOK - Tribal Rugs from Afghanistan and Turkestan $ + $ Shipping.

BOOK - Chinese and Exotic Rugs $ + $ Shipping. VICTORIAN MAP ~ RUSSIA IN ASIA CHINESE EMPIRE JAPAN TOMSK SIBERIA TURKESTAN. Details about BOOK - Rugs from Chinese Turkestan and from China Proper BOOK - Rugs from Chinese   A Comprehensive Collection of Antique Rugs from East Turkestan.

Antique East Turkestan Rugs come from the area northwest of China in the Xinjiang region that borders India, Pakistan and parts of Russia, Uzbekistan, and most well known antique rugs originating from this region are those from Khotan and Samarkand.

Khotan rugs straddle the boundary between Chinese or Tibetan rugs stafford's handwoven rugs Nicely Aged Handmade Rugs, Carpets, and Kilims from the Greater Middle East Area.

Origins Include Countries Like Iran/Persia, Turkey, and Afghanistan, as well as Regions Including Kurdistan, Caucuses Mountains, Turkestan, and ://   Bidder, Hans: Carpets from East Turkestan, Known as Khotan, Samarkand and Kansu Carpets London (), 20 CP 50 b/w 96 pp.

Standard reference for rugs from this area, questionable dating but good images. Important text which discusses design origns, etc, beyond just a discussion of East Turkestan   Afghan Rugs we specialize in Afghan Rugs and Baluchi Rugs,Tibetan religious watercolors,Thangkas,Uzbek caucasian Suzanni tapestries tapestry,Chinese art deco advertising posters,antique kuchi afghan jewelry,Persian rugs,Turkish rugs,European rugs,Caucasian rugs,Tribal rugs,Chinese Rugs and Antique ://   An Afghan rug does not necessarily come from Afghanistan — some styles come from regions of neighboring Uzbekistan, and other Middle Eastern countries have adopted the Afghani style in their own rug making.

There are three major types of Afghan rug, based on region or tribal affiliation: Afghan Turkestan, Baluch, and ://   Offering collectible antique tribal rugs, bagfaces, and weavings in addition to Central Asian embroidery and textile art for sale.

Featuring rare historical photographs of Central Asia, interesting articles about various aspects of different groups of rugs as well as entertaining travelogue writing with accounts of journeys through the Central Asian rug “Rarity and condition are benchmarks and you could pay £25, for a fine Khotan from East Turkestan, £50, for a Kazak from Azerbaijan or £, for a rare Turkmen Salor.

But you can still buy beautiful rugs from £5, upwards and can even get a ‘best of type’ for £10,” Persian oriental and hand made rugs and carpets montreal quebec canada tabriz isfahan mashad kerman meshed chobbi kazak afghan chinese khotan gabbeh kashan Nain   Kazak rugs are patterned rugs and produced as village productions than city pieces made from organic materials.

this tribal rugs and the Oriental rugs of the Caucasus normally display bold geometric rug designs in primary shiny ://   Ball, Warwick. The monuments of Afghanistan: History, Archaeology and rchitecture New York: I.B. Tauris, DSB36 The Library of Congress in Washington houses the collections of The Turkestan Albums – and Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii who also photographed life in Uzbekistan between and Often Julkhirs are referred to as sleeping or bedding rugs – these Samarkand Julkhirs were used as seating rugs on the floor or the ground +Turkestan+Album.

Sailboats and fish are unusual in Turkmen rugs, but this is an unusual rug. This is a Khal Mohammadi carpet from Afghanistan. 20th century. 4 foot 4 inches by 6 foot. (Not including fringe).

Structure: Asymmetrical knot open right. 10 knots per horizontal inch and 8 knots per vertical inch. 80 per square inch ( per square decimeter   Important areas of carpet manufacturing in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan is situated in the south of Asia, adjoining Iran and Turkmenistan to the west, Uzbekistan and Tadzjikistan in the north together with Pakistan and China in the east.

The capital of the city is Kabul and the main part of the country is covered with :// This a very pretty tribal rugs from one of the villages in Northwest Afghanistan. I do not see a lot of this type but I have come across them before. The most intriguing part of this rug is the interplay of the negative space images.

This is a handmade Taimani Baluch Rug. The dyes are good. It Written by a renowned expert who boasts unparalleled insight into the weaving process and the meanings behind the rugs' complex motifs; Tribal Rugs: Treasures of the Black Tent is the definitive work on this subject.

Dedicated to one of the most ancient crafts of the world, this book leads its reader through the history of the tribal  › Books › Crafts, Hobbies & Home › Antiques & Collectibles.

Tribal Rugs's pages some rug books Books: Hundreds of rug and textile books on all topics: West- and East Turkestan, Anatolia, Persia, Baluchi, Caucasus, China/Tibet, North Africa, Near ?search=baluchi. Mission to Turkestan: Being the memoirs of Count K.K.

Pahlen, by Konstantin Konstanovich Pahlen. Turkestan: The Heart of Asia by Curtis. Tribal Rugs from Afghanistan and Turkestan by Jack Frances.

The Heart of Asia: A History of RussianAFGHAN WAR RUGS Rug number Hand knotted Afghan vegetable dye War Rug from Afghanistan size 4’11″ x 6’6″ whole sale price. This Rugs indicates the bad memories of war in Afghanistan. Add to Tribal Uzbekistan.

Size: 4' x 7'4" (approximately) Date; 19th Century. Description. In the literature, rugs of the Uzbek are among the least known. This piece is new to the market and was sourced in the region of the Bukhara Oblasts of Uzbekistan.

In Uzbekistan, rugs were woven mainly for home use by non-settled, semi-nomadic tribal ://