This antique Yomut rug was woven in Turkmenistan at the end of the 19th century circa 1890. It has an all-over design with alternating rows of repeating hooked medallion motifs set on a brown background colour. The main border is made up of a Vine design with protruding hooks surrounded by abstract curled motifs set on an ivory background. The ivory border creates a colour contrast against the overall darker colour palette of the field and draws the viewer’s attention towards the border. At both ends of the rug, there are multiple repeating tree motifs with alternating coloured branches.

This rug has been woven on a wool foundation with all wool pile and comes in:

  • 291 x 164 cm

Condition: Overall Good with areas of wear and low pile consistent with age.

Please note that this is a unique piece and cannot be customised. Please contact us if you wish a similar rug in different dimensions.

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    East Turkestan


    East Turkestan