Nepal – Second half of the previous century – Condition: Wonderful, mint condition – approx. 90,000 knots per m² – Wool/cotton – Hand-knotted.
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
|Condition:||In very good condition|
This is a hand-knotted, Nepalese carpet, made of durable, natural materials. Imperfections in the patterns and shape make this carpet unique and emphasise the authentic and traditional character. This is a used carpet, these carpets usually become more beautiful and richer in character due to the natural ageing process.
A Nepali carpet is often made by nomads from Tibet, who live in Nepal.
The patterns often are simple and often divided into planes.
Nepali carpets are made from goat or sheep's wool and often are naturally dyed, on a cotton warp (bobbin thread).
The carpets are of a thick and heavy quality. The colours are not even, this is due to the colour of the wool of the animal whose wool was used.
Nepali carpets are excellent carpets for regular use, with a high durability.
This is a used carpet, which has become more beautiful and richer in character due to the natural ageing process.
Size: Approx. 141 x 74 cm.
Main colour: Various.
Rich abrash (natural colour differences); Knotted letters "SHEIKH".
See the photos for your own assessment.
This lot will be shipped by registered post with Track & Trace.
|Member since:||November 17, 2013|
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Good condition for the age. Punctual delivery. I am quite satisfied.
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Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 105.59|
|United Kingdom||$ 17.60|
|Rest of Europe||$ 46.93|
|Anywhere else||$ 105.59|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Zeddam (), Netherlands.
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