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  • Suzani. Uzbek embroidered...
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    Lenght: 270 cm

    Width: 160 cm

    Price €350.00
    PK0310-659

    The word -suzani- derives from the old persian word for needle so that it may be translated as -needlework-. Suzanis are one of the most attractive traditional crafts from Uzbekistan and they have been highly reputed for centuries. They are used as bed covers, as hangings and even as table covers. This beautiful old handmade example is embroidered on cotton and shows a luxurious floral decoration. A piece that will catch everybody's immediate attention.

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  • Suzani. Uzbek embroidered...

    Lenght: 220 cm

    Width: 150 cm

    Price €350.00
    PK0310-658

    The word -suzani- derives from the old persian word for needle so that it may be translated as -needlework-. Suzanis are one of the most attractive traditional crafts from Uzbekistan and they have been highly reputed for centuries. They are used as bed covers, as hangings and even as table covers. This beautiful old handmade example is embroidered on cotton and shows a luxurious floral decoration. A piece that will catch everybody's immediate attention.

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  • Suzani. Uzbek embroidered...
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    Lenght: 220 cm

    Width: 150 cm

    Price €465.00
    PK0310-653

    The word -suzani- derives from the old persian word for needle so that it may be translated as -needlework-. Suzanis are one of the most attractive traditional crafts from Uzbekistan and they have been highly reputed for centuries. They are used as bed covers, as hangings and even as table covers. This beautiful old handmade example is embroidered on cotton and shows a luxurious floral decoration. A piece that will catch everybody's immediate attention.

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  • Suzani. Uzbek embroidered...
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    Lenght: 225 cm

    Width: 140 cm

    Price €465.00
    PK0310-652

    The word -suzani- derives from the old persian word for needle so that it may be translated as -needlework-. Suzanis are one of the most attractive traditional crafts from Uzbekistan and they have been highly reputed for centuries. They are used as bed covers, as hangings and even as table covers. This beautiful old handmade example is embroidered on cotton and shows a luxurious floral decoration. A piece that will catch everybody's immediate attention.

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  • Aït Atta Berber shawl...

    Lenght: 200 cm

    Width: 115 cm

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    MA1016-562

    This captivating example of an old Berber woman's shawl, -takhardit or tahruyt-, from the group of the Aït Atta is likely to be among the most easily recognisable of the garments of that kind worn by the members of this group together with their reputed handiras. The reason for that is probably the appealing colourful and fastastic artisan embroidered decoration usually distributed on both sides of a longitudinal axis or -tananmmast- which constitute yet another wonderful evidence of the awesome and vast Berber iconography. These shalws are equally used as such as wells as to cover the head and tpart of the face and, in case of the Aï Khabbash subgroup of the Aït Atta, are frequently further decorated with pompoms and small sequins.v The large confederation of the Aït Atta inhabits an extense area on the High Atlas from the Draa valley to the Ziz valley. Cotton. Some small tears and old repairs. A superb piece in all senses.

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  • Aït Atta Berber shawl...
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    Lenght: 210 cm

    Width: 110 cm

    Price €210.00
    MA1016-561

    This captivating example of an old Berber woman's shawl, -takhardit or tahruyt-, from the group of the Aït Atta is likely to be among the most easily recognisable of the garments of that kind worn by the members of this group together with their reputed handiras. The reason for that is probably the appealing colourful and fastastic artisan embroidered decoration usually distributed on both sides of a longitudinal axis or -tananmmast- which constitute yet another wonderful evidence of the awesome and vast Berber iconography. These shalws are equally used as such as wells as to cover the head and tpart of the face and, in case of the Aï Khabbash subgroup of the Aït Atta, are frequently further decorated with pompoms and small sequins.v The large confederation of the Aït Atta inhabits an extense area on the High Atlas from the Draa valley to the Ziz valley. Cotton. Some small tears and old repairs. A superb piece in all senses.

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  • Aït Atta Berber shawl...

    Lenght: 200 cm

    Width: 110 cm

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    MA1112-327

    This captivating example of an old Berber woman's shawl, -takhardit or tahruyt-, from the group of the Aït Atta is likely to be among the most easily recognisable of the garments of that kind worn by the members of this group together with their reputed handiras. The reason for that is probably the appealing colourful and fastastic artisan embroidered decoration usually distributed on both sides of a longitudinal axis or -tananmmast- which constitute yet another wonderful evidence of the awesome and vast Berber iconography. These shalws are equally used as such as wells as to cover the head and tpart of the face and, in case of the Aï Khabbash subgroup of the Aït Atta, are frequently further decorated with pompoms and small sequins.v The large confederation of the Aït Atta inhabits an extense area on the High Atlas from the Draa valley to the Ziz valley. Cotton. Some small tears and old repairs. A superb piece in all senses.

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  • Aït Atta Berber shawl...
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    Lenght: 200 cm

    Width: 110 cm

    Price €119.00
    MA1111-093

    This captivating example of an old Berber woman's shawl, -takhardit or tahruyt-, from the group of the Aït Atta is likely to be among the most easily recognisable of the garments of that kind worn by the members of this group together with their reputed handiras. The reason for that is probably the appealing colourful and fastastic artisan embroidered decoration usually distributed on both sides of a longitudinal axis or -tananmmast- which constitute yet another wonderful evidence of the awesome and vast Berber iconography. These shalws are equally used as such as wells as to cover the head and tpart of the face and, in case of the Aï Khabbash subgroup of the Aït Atta, are frequently further decorated with pompoms and small sequins.v The large confederation of the Aït Atta inhabits an extense area on the High Atlas from the Draa valley to the Ziz valley. Cotton. Some small tears and old repairs. A superb piece in all senses.

    There are not enough products in stock
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