Hand-knotted. 373 x 278 cm, certificate.
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
|Manufacturing period:||2000- Today|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
Dimensions: 373 x 278 cm
Hand-spun wool, natural colours
TCHUBI: Khal Mohammadi and Afghan Aqcha are two of the most popular types of Afghan carpets. Khal Mohammadis are hand-knotted carpets made by the Turkmen of Northern Afghanistan. Their main colours are hues of dark red in all its various shades. The motifs are the göl (resembling an elephant's foot) and the octagon (figure with eight sides) often accompanied by stylised flowers in hues of dark blue, ochre and beige. Afghan Aqche carpets are hand-knotted by Turkmen in Central and Northern Afghanistan.
The pile, warp and weft are in wool, goat hair and, in some cases, horsehair.
Shipping via DHL, can be picked up on site
|Member since:||January 5, 2015|
Waited and waited for rug.Wouldnt answer my e.mails.Contacted Catawiki after 6weeks wait and they also said that they could not get them to answer.Catawiki in end,kindly gave me my money back.
carpet is was much better then poto very very good
Nice carpet, but delivery not as requested.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Het ging om een Perzische Nain getekend Habbibian. Toen ik hem had gekocht bleek dat het geen echte Habbibian was. Met medewerking van de veilingmeester is deze koop ongedaan gemaakt.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Tapijt is goed ontvangen, maar duurde wel wat lang voordat het bezorgd werd. Aanbieder reageerde niet op mijn email met mijn verzoek aan te geven of het tapijt al verzonden was.
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|Rest of Europe||$46.97|
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