Kazak hand knotted rug made of wool from the middle east. Beautiful central medallion with blue, red and green design on a pale yellow/cream colored ground. The border has unusual medallion shaped design in red with blue, blue with yellow, and light pink with green. It measures 8' by 10'8".
Hand knotted Kazak rug with blue, red and yellow hues throughout. The border is an ornate interlacing pattern. It measures 97" by 69".
Afshar Persian rug with simple diagonal bands in pink, blue, and, white, from Iran, hand knotted wool. Age early 20th. century. It measures 60" by 81".
Persian Afshar hand knotted wool rug. The Afshar were a preeminent nomad tribe who crafted high quality rugs. The three stepped medallions in the center is one of their typical designs. The center ground is a dark blue spotted with flowers surrounding the three cream colored medallions that are stepped in red, Age early 20th century. It measures 82" by 58"
Uzbek/kazak hand knotted wool rug. The center is dominated by a light yellow medallion edged with red. The exterior band has a rectalinear pattern in blues, greens, reds and yellows bordered by two narrow bands filled with flowers. Dates from mid 20th century. It measures 42" by 53".
Vintage kazak rug, circa 1980. The rug is beautifully hand- knotted with reds and accented with blues and creams. The border has a geometrical floral band with red flowers, blue diamond shapes on cream ground. The center has a red ground with blue and cream colored designs. last quarter 20th century. It measures 73" by 54".
Vintage Kazak hand-knoted wool rug with red and cream colored medallions on blue ground. The center is dominated by a striking blue and red design, the border complements the center with more light colors. Second half of the 20th century. It measures 84" by 68".
Vintage kashkaie rug with a large hexagonal medallion in the center. It features beautiful designs from nature such as trees, birds and flowers. Second half of the 20th century. Made of wool, hand knotted. Size 68" x 89".
Middle eastern rug from the second half of the 20th century, hand knotted. It has a blue ground with reds, greens and off white colors in the pattern. It measures 48" by 61".
An Enameled Hand Blown Glass Vessel, Persian
The flared neck over a bulbous body with applied glass handle is decorated with a pair of enameled bands of Arabic script in blue, gold and iron red. The interior is covered with sediment which makes it difficult to determine its age.
Size: 5 ½” high
Condition: Good, repair to body and probably lacking one handle
Persian Silver Dish Marked
It is 1.25 inches (3.1cm) tall by 5.2 inches (13.25 cm) wide. It is 3.5oz (100gram).
It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, cracks or dents except tarnish (as seen in the photos).
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A Green Glass Cruet, Middle Eastern, Possible Age
The hand-blown vessel with bulbous body has a long neck with a flared rim that is pinched to form a spout. The body has an applied zigzag glass decoration along with a delicate strap handle. The body has classification that may be from age or intentional.
Size: 4 ¾: high
Elaborately decorated brass tea tin or canister. Carving appears to be of Egyptian origin, it has seven panels of Arabic Calligraphy. The top rim is encircled by seven carved animals. The lid has concentric circles of designs of diagonal bars, braids and diamonds with a crescent moon finial. The hinge is fairly primitive, but is in good working order...
Unique Persian brass camel ashtray. This was likely made about 1950 to 1970 when Iran was open to Western travel as a tourist piece. it features a reclining camel with trappings and a saddle. It is inscribed "Made in Iran" on the bottom.
This Unique camel measures 5.25" by 3" and weighs 6 ounces.
This bronze panch patra was fabricated in Western India, probably in the state of Maharashtra, during the 19th Century.[147A] Embossed decorations of typical Indian floral and foliate designs are finely chiseled, encircling the top and bottom of the bronze cup between rows of concentric lines crafted by hammer and punch work.[144B] Panch patra are used in religious rituals in offering water to idols...
This bronze cast votive candle holder is embossed with high relief Indian patterns. The relief designs are a warm gold color set against a dark brown ground. They copiously overlay the holder, giving the religious object a tactile feel...
This antique tinned copper tray has traditional engraved bird motif surrounding a Homa bird symbol (Iran Air logo).
It measures about 16 inches in diameter.
It has a shield with an Arabic inscription at the top and (in English)IRAN AIR in a shield at the bottom of the circular field.
Iran AIR was established in 1946.
This tray probably dates circa 1946-64. The possibility exists that the tray is actually older and the Iran Air markings were added later...
Iznik Style Bottle Vase, Turkey, 20th century
The molded body in a hookah form is hand decorated in stylized carnations and geometric bands in cobalt blue and greens on a white ground. The top is surmounted by a domed shaped lid; however it may be used as a vase without the lid and still proportionately pleasing. The verso is unmarked and we are unsure of its age.
Size: 14 ½” high, 7” wide
Condition: excellent with normal wear on bottom