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Tekke-main-carpet, tekke main carpet early 19th century large rectangular carpets such as this one, the most important and expensive weavings created by every turkmen tribe, are referred to as ‘main carpets.’ they were the primary floor covering used in turkmen tents, and were decorated with the main gul, the most important symbol used for each tribe.. Tekke main carpet, west turkestan, made early 19th century, c. 232 (265) x 196 cm, unpublished, as2, h 45, v 70 = 3,150 kts/sqm; oxblood red central field with four rows of ten well-proportioned tekke guls as a primary motif, the chemche secondary motifs are connected downwards with a horizontal gyjak stripe that changes into a brown line starting from the eighth row – the line in turn ..., west turkestan, c. 222 (270) x 173 cm, end of the 19th century, tribal carpet with 5 x 10 primary guls and kurabaghe secondary motifs, large kilim ends preserved on both sides, main border with only one guard stripe, wool partly dyed with cochineal, slightly damaged areas and minimal signs of wear, end and edge damage. (ma).

Already a member? log in now. join us today! joining will allow you to comment on the hali website, request the hali e-mail newsletter, and sign up for updates from the hali blog directly to your e-mail inbox., the field of this tekke main carpet is showing four vertical rows of eleven horizontal rows of the tekke main medallions (göl), with chemche güls. as secondary ornaments. the composition of the carpet is perfectly balanced. the main border has a very complex composition filled with octagon stars, separated by a variety of dividing ornaments..

View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stdibs - this tekke turkmen main carpet shows five columns of characteristic quartered guls on the red field with cruciform kurbaghe minor guls between. the cross-centred, almost all tekke rugs have two rows of wefts inbetween each row of knots but a small and rare group only have one row of weft between each row of knots. the tekke used this technique to make pieces finer and more supple than normal. tekke main carpet wefts video:.

A turkmen rug (turkmen: türkmen haly; or turkmen carpet or turkoman carpet) is a type of handmade floor-covering textile traditionally originating in central asia. it is useful to distinguish between the original turkmen tribal rugs and the rugs produced in large numbers for export mainly in pakistan and iran today., tekke rugs. home » oriental rugs and textiles » turkmen rugs » tekke rugs. the educational rug photo-gallery with tekke rugs is one of the first published sections of jozan magazine. images in the tekke rug gallery are published with permission from auction houses, dealers, collectors or museums..

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