Central Asia West Turkestan Tekke Ensi

Second half 19th century Central Asia, West Turkestan Tekke Ensi

Turkmen ensis were pile-woven door hangings used in tents. This archaic example displaying a hatchlu cross, insi kush fork devices in the four segments of the field and a mihrab at the top is a typical weaving of the Tekke tribe.Good high pile on it few small old restorations original selvedges and ends.Size 118 x 165 cm Stock no: 425

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