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Antique Kazak rug, Caucasian

Circa 1870
221 x 104 cm 7’3” x 3’4”
£3,000
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Description

Antique Kazak rug, 'star design,' woven in the Caucasus's in the mid to late 19th Century. The condition is very good and with the early yellow saffron dye makes for a beautiful caucasian rug. The wool is extremely soft with good rug underlay it would sit happily on a wood or carpeted floor. Rugs bearing this name come from the highland area of the Caucasus whose centre is the town of Kazak.

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Woven by semi-nomadic shepherds of the region. They use fabulous vegetable dyes and high quality hand spun wool from their own herd.

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