320x210 cm  Turkmenische Bashir Nomaden Teppich Turkmen orientteppich Nr:129  Orientsbazar
320x210 cm  Turkmenische Bashir Nomaden Teppich Turkmen orientteppich Nr:129  Orientsbazar
320x210 cm  Turkmenische Bashir Nomaden Teppich Turkmen orientteppich Nr:129  Orientsbazar
320x210 cm  Turkmenische Bashir Nomaden Teppich Turkmen orientteppich Nr:129  Orientsbazar
320x210 cm  Turkmenische Bashir Nomaden Teppich Turkmen orientteppich Nr:129  Orientsbazar

320x210 cm Turkmen Bashir Nomads carpet Turkmen oriental carpet No:129

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This carpet represents timeless elegance. A result of creativity and old knotting tradition.

Clans of the Suleiman - a tribal group of the Günish Ersari - have lived scattered in the districts of Andkhoi, Aqucha and Kunduz since the mid-19th century.
Provenance: Bashir, Ersari, Turkmen, Kunduz district, northern Afghanistan.
Size:..........320x210cm
Produced:........2 half of 20th century.
Pile:...........Fine new sheep's wool, handspun.
Knots:.........One and a half knots open to the right, unstacked
Warp:..........wool yarn, brown natural, handspun.
Weft:..........wool yarn, natural brown handspun.
Schirasi:.......wool yarn, brown, natural, handspun, loop stitch 10 warp threads.
Colours:......... Plants and natural colours

((We hereby expressly give the following wool guarantee. We guarantee that the carpet consists of 100% pure highland wool, without the unfortunately widespread practice of adding foreign wool today. This carpet contains no goat hair or waste wool, but is a product of quality class A and therefore you will enjoy this carpet for years to come))
The applied arts of Turkmenistan are rich and varied. The tradition of carpet weaving dates back to ancient times. As early as the 13th century, the Italian explorer Marco Polo was enchanted by the beauty of Turkmen carpets. In the XXV. chapter of his book he writes:
"...the most beautiful and finest carpets are knotted from particularly good and qualitative fabrics of red and other colors".

In many countries around the world, Turkmen carpets are known as Bukhara carpets because they were sold in this ancient city of Central Asia.

Carpets are an integral part of the nomadic way of life of the Turkmen people. Turkmens used carpets not only as floor coverings but also to satisfy their aesthetic needs. Carpet evidence was provided for various aspects of life: camel and horse ornaments, wall and floor coverings for nomad tents, ornaments for wedding processions, etc.
characteristic

Turkmen carpets are unique because they are traditionally hand-knotted from genuine Saraja sheep hair. Today, carpet weaving has become the professional art. Geometric ornament and the predominance of the solid red color belong to the artistic tradition. A square meter of a Turkmen carpet can contain up to 400,000 knots.

Since ancient times and up to now, Turkmens have used only natural dyes and spring shearing hair of Sarajah sheep breed in weaving. This hair is particularly elastic and soft.

The climatic conditions and flora of Turkmenistan affect the production of strong and durable materials.

In Turkmenistan there are different tribes that have their own traditional carpet patterns. The most numerous tribe is Tecke, who inhabit the environs of Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan.

The other major tribes are Yomud (mainly inhabiting regions near the Caspian Sea), Chevdur and Ersary.

**Due to photography and handwork, color variations may occur.

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