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"The Pazyryk rug is the oldest surviving example of a complete rug discovered so far. It was probably produced in the 5th century BC by the nomadic Scythian people and was discovered by the Russian archaeologist Sergei Rudenko in a Scythian burial mound in the late 1940s".    http://thetextileblog.blogspot.co.uk/2009/08/pazyryk-rug.html

Oldest surviving example of a full rug; It was probably produced in the century BC by the nomadic Scythian people and was discovered by the Russian archaeologist Sergei Rudenko in a Scythian burial mound in the late

Kilim made by the Marsh Arabs of Iraq. stunning!

A Marsh Arab kilim, Iraq. Beautiful example of their art. via Sun Bow Trading

ORIENTAL CARPETS | Click for High Resolution Image of Antique Chinese Oriental Rugs 44152

View this beautiful Antique Chinese Oriental Rugs 44152 from Nazmiyal's fine antique rugs and decorative carpet collection.

detail. Algerian Berber Rug    Wool with camel-hair border    101 x 59 inches (detail only shown)    Nemamcha Berber people    Batna region, Algeria (northeast Algeria)    c. 1920    Provenance:    -- collected in Algeria by Jack Daulton    -- ex. coll. Hotel St. George (now operating as Hotel El Djazaïr), Algiers; said to have been deaccessioned after independence (1962)

Algerian Berber Rug Wool with camel-hair border Nemamcha Berber people Batna region, Algeria (northeast Algeria) c.

Carpet, Mughal period, ca 1650

Carpet, Mughal period ca. 1650 India or present–day Pakistan, Kashmir or Lahore Cotton (warp and weft), wool (pile); 170 in. 81 in.

Scythian saddle cover depicting gryphon attacking a mountain goat, 305-288 BCE, excavated 1929. Felt, leather, fur, hair and gold:

One of the first samples of the felt history: A felt, hair and leather applique saddle found in the frozen Pazyryk tombs in Siberia in I've seen it in the Hermitage Museum.

Safavid carpet 16th century

Century Safavid Carpet Silk & Metallic Threading Second Most Expensive Rug Ever Sold

Szkíta régészet: Kelermes, Kherson, Tillia Tepe - Pazirik, Altáj hegység - Szkíta szarvas - Világbiztonság

"The Pazyryk carpet is named for the Siberian valley in which it was found, in near Russia's borders with Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and China. It is the oldest known knotted carpet, preserved in a Scythe tomb (kurgan) from the century B.

A brief history of rug making: https://www.rugsofbeauty.com.au/blogs/news/a-history-of-rug-making

A History Of Rug Making

Oldest surviving knotted carpet in existence-the Pazyryk carpet, excavated from a frozen tomb in the Altai mtns, dated from the to the century BC, now in the Hermitage Museum in St.

fabrics from uzbekistan

uzbek embroidery - bold mixture of colour and styles mrbobur_sobirov send me message if you have any request

Ottoman Epirus Silk Embroidery – Turkey, 17th c, silk on cotton, sewn onto ground cloth and stretcher (43 cm x 94 cm).

Ottoman Epirus Silk Embroidery – Turkey, c, silk on cotton, sewn onto ground cloth and stretcher cm x 94 cm).

The Pazyryk carpet - detail. The oldest known carpet in the world. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg.

The Pazyryk carpet - detail. The oldest known carpet in the world. The Hermitage, St.

The third instalment of Austria Auction Company's Fine Antique Oriental Rugs will return on Tuesday 16 September 2014 at 2pm at the Novomatic Forum, Vienna.

The third instalment of Austria Auction Company's Fine Antique Oriental Rugs will return on Tuesday 16 September 2014 at at the Novomatic Forum, Vienna.

Carpet with Palm Trees, Ibexes, and Birds  Object Name:     Carpet Date:     late 16th–early 17th century Geography:     present-day Pakistan, Lahore

Lahore Carpet with Palm Trees, Ibexes, and Birds, carpet, late C

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