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Central Asian Uzbek Bukhara Silk / Silk Ikat, c. 1900.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Central Asian: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 1210142 (stock# SK 547)

Central Asian Uzbek Bukhara Silk / Silk Ikat, c. 1900.
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$ 520 / shipping included 

Panel of "abra" silk textile in Ikat technique whereby the design is dyed into the threads before the piece is woven by professional weavers. For similar design please see figure 95 in Alfred Buehler: " Ikat Batik Plangi". From an old Swiss collection. Condition: fine. Dimension: 40 cm x approx. 450 cm.


Two Embroidered Textiles, Ottoman or Crimean Tatar.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1209296 (stock# SK 552)

Two Embroidered Textiles, Ottoman or Crimean Tatar.
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$ 250 / shipping included 

The basic fabrics are different coarse weaves with stripes. The ends embroidered with different ornaments in polychrome thread and decorated with fold metal. Condition: patina, some stains. Dimension (without fringes): approx. 127 cm x 47 cm, 93 cm x 42 cm


Two Embroidered Textiles, Ottoman or Crimean Tatar.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1209205 (stock# SK 551)

Two Embroidered Textiles, Ottoman or Crimean Tatar.
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The basic fabrics are different coarse weaves, one with stripes. The ends embroidered with different ornaments in polychrome thread and one additionally decorated with fold gilt metal. Condition: patina, some stains. Dimension: approx. 132 cm x 46 cm, 97 cm x 39 cm (without fringes).


Two Chinese Album Leaves from Painting Manual, 18th.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1800   item# 1208617 (stock# SK 538)

Two Chinese Album Leaves from Painting Manual, 18th.
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$ 280 / shipping included 

Two double pages printed in woodblock technique on thin paper. The first depicting a blue bird on a lychee plant from the "Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting", Jieziyuan huazhuan, published in 1679 by Wang Gai. The second showing a bird on a fruiting branch, from the "Ten Bamboo Studio Manual of Calligraphy and Painting", Shizhuzai shuhua pu, published by Hu Zhengyan in the early 17th century. These painting manuals were very popular and reprinted many times, here 18th ce ...click for details


Antique Woven Kashmir Wool Shawl Fragment, mid 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Kashmir: Pre 1900   item# 1208448 (stock# 4831)

Antique Woven Kashmir Wool Shawl Fragment, mid 19th C.
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$ 980 / shipping included 

A Kashmir wool shawl fragment woven in India in the twill tapestry technique. Joined together in the past from several separately woven parts. Here two panels sewn together in the middle of a larger damaged one. Condition: old mends, splits, some small holes and stains. Dimension: 168 cm x 110 cm.


Persian Qalamkar Tray Cover with Arabic Inscriptions.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 1207514 (stock# SK 544)

Persian Qalamkar Tray Cover with Arabic Inscriptions.
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A rectangular cover made of glazed cotton lavishly block-printed and dyed, produced in Isfahan in the 19th century. Centrally a medallion with cypresses surrounded by meandering flowers, and a row with cartouches containing Arabic inscriptions. Qalamkar textiles were especially popular in Persia, often imported from India (here called Kalamkari). From a Swiss gentleman's study collection, mainly comprising Persian textiles. For similar tray covers please look at the V&A publication by Je ...click for details


Persian Qalamkar Block-Printed Cotton Cover, c. 1900.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1206992 (stock# SK 543)

Persian Qalamkar Block-Printed Cotton Cover, c. 1900.
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$ 340 / shipping included 

A rectangular cover made of three different block-printed and dyed cotton fabrics. Main textile with boteh made of two parts sewn together. Qalamkar textiles were especially popular in Persia, often imported from India (here called Kalamkari). From a Swiss gentleman's study collection, mainly comprising Persian textiles. Condition: few stains. Dimension: 67 cm x 68 cm.


Lot of Three Antique Uzbek Lakai Silk Embroideries.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Central Asian: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1206556 (stock# SK 542)

Lot of Three Antique Uzbek Lakai Silk Embroideries.
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$ 550 / shipping included 

Two V-shaped "segusha", used for draping over the bedding during the day and a short embroidery, maybe a fragment of a "segusha". Embroidered in cross stitch in strong-colored silk with geometric pattern. Cotton lining. From an old Swiss collection. Condition: few traces of usage, partial with little discoloration. Dimension: bedding decoration: longest side without fringes: 83 cm and 61 cm long. Fragment: 50 cm x 11 cm.


Persian Qalamkar Tray Cover with Arabic Inscriptions.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 1206101 (stock# SK 541)

Persian Qalamkar Tray Cover with Arabic Inscriptions.
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$ 880 / shipping included 

A round tray cover made of glazed cotton lavishly block-printed and dyed, produced in Isfahan in the 19th century. Centrally a blossom surrounded by rows of boteh, meandering flowers, cartouches with Arabic inscriptions etc. Qalamkar textiles were especially popular in Persia, often imported from India (here called Kalamkari). From a Swiss gentleman's study collection, mainly comprising Persian textiles. For similar tray covers please look at the V&A publication by Jennifer Wearden and P ...click for details


Persian Mazandaran Tile w. Horseman, 18th/19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Ceramics: Pre 1900   item# 1205203 (stock# 4800)

Persian Mazandaran Tile w. Horseman, 18th/19th C.
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$ 580 / shipping included 

A square fritware tile painted in black with a man having moustache on a horseback under a turquoise glaze. Back with four circular recesses. With metal suspension bracket. Provenance: from an old Swiss collection, bought 1952 in Teheran. Condition: borders with chipping, few small chips and losses to glazed area. Dimension: 16.3 cm x 16.3 cm x 2.6 cm, weight: 898 g.

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