Exceptional Antique Russian Kazak from the 19th century: collector's item, numbered in Arabic 1338: 466 x 160 cm; With certificate.
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
|Country of Origin:||Russia|
|Condition:||In very good condition|
|Rug professionally cleaned:||Yes|
RUSSIAN KAZAK: hand-knotted carpets, originating from the north and west area of Sevan Lake, in the south-western part of the Caucasus. These carpets were originally named after the village of Kazak (Azerbaijan), where they were made until around 1925. They are the most well-known and popular of the Caucasian carpets. They are characterized, among others, by a long pile and by the fact that they sometimes have up to eight strands of weft between their knotted rows. These carpets with relatively spaced knots have a high quality wool pile, which makes them very resistant. Most are around the size of a dozar (about 200 x 120 cm) and their width is often remarkable in relation to their length. The colours are bright and the patterns are large and original.
Size 466 x 160 cm, exceptional size
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