Type: Georgian Kazak rug
Length: 140 cm
Width: 87 cm
Thickness: 5-6 mm
Warp and weft material: Wool
Pile material: Wool
Origin: Georgia / Caucasus
Manufacturing technique: Hand-knotted
Rarity: Exceptional quality, precise, clean and shiny, above all it is small in size which is difficult to find.
Colours used: Beautiful, aged red background, almost purple in tone / yellow / white / light and dark blue
Motif / design: Famous Kazak pattern with 'trees of life' of the area. Rare Georgian example with various decorative motifs, which include: hooked, lozenge shapes in the background of the rug, repeated in the central border on a white background, alternated with two colours of red and blue. The narrow, outer border is enriched with an edge strip of rosettes and the narrow inner edge, closest to the central field, with an 'S' pattern, which is rare because the two narrow borders usually have a single pattern. This example was probably knotted for a special occasion or traditional festival, with the indicated date as 1333 = 1915 A.D. In addition, there is a square motif between the date numerals in the central field that features a dedication or signature, or they are both script, however it isn't legible.
Certificate: the rug comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Please note: the measurements may differ slightly from those provided.
Please note: slight colour differences are possible due to technical reasons.
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- 87 cm
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