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Textiles

In this category we put woven patterned and embroidered fabrics that were used for clothing, decorating tents, decorating animals such as horses and camels, as well as textiles used in wedding and funerary rites and for religious purposes. 
In the Near and Middle East, as well as in central Asia, textiles have always been an important part of the dowries, and in nomadic society’s textile was the ideal material for light and easily movable household and dwelling articles. Camels, sheep and goats provided the necessary raw materials. And then of course there was silk, it’s secret being smuggled out of China in the 5th century by a Chinese princess who hid eggs of the silk worm in her hair; silk that became one of the most imported trade articles along the famous ‘Silk’ Road…




Reed screen, Kirghiz,
Reed screen, Kirghiz,

ca 1900 118 x 509 cm
Condition: good, some wearing Price: 7000 EUR

embroidered mihrab hanging
embroidered mihrab hanging

Ouzbek embroidery in Singer-stiched cotton on a raw silk base (composed of 3 strips) and lined with a narrow strip of card weaving. The mihrab motif points towards a religious purpose.. replica Cartier uk

Condition: very good, some minor stains.
84 x 163 cm. Ca 1920
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Price: 750 € EUR

Sumatra embroidery
Sumatra embroidery

Embroidery from Sumatra, saffron colored silk on very thin cotton, with Islamic symbol of the crescent with star and some calligraphic medallions.
Condition: some small holes and spots
133 x 133 cm. Around 1900


Price: 1000 € EUR

Bochara kaftan
Bochara kaftan

A ceremonial kaftan from the court of Bochara, Ouzbekistan. Around 1880.
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Woven in silver and gold thread (brocade) on silk velvet. The lining consists of silk ikat in 6 colors.
Height 128cm; Width 160 cm. Price 5400 €

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