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  • Kyrgyz giliam, Ferghana, Central Asia, late 19th century, 360 by 206 cm, an exceptionally rare for Kyrgyz carpets pomegranate design (Kashgar nuska) ... read more
    price:  POA

  • Kadyrov, v. Mysteries of Kyrgyz Decor Art. Bishkek, Rarity Printing, 2017, 1st ed., oblong 8vo (25 x 23cm), 111 pp., numerous colour ... read more
    price:  £40

  • Türk El Dokumasi Halilar / Turkish Handwoven Carpets. Ankara, t.c. Kültür ve Turizm Bakanliği, 2006, 1st thus ed., 4to (33 x 23cm), ... read more
    price:  £180

  • a Karakalpak/Qaraqalpaq rug, Central Asia, late 19th century, 310 x 165 cm, high pile, few wear areas, two holes, damages to sides, ... read more
    price:  POA

  • Arts from the Land of Timur. An Exhibition from a Scottish Private Collection. Paisley, SogdianaBooks, 2012, 4to (30 x 21cm), 342 pp., ... read more
    price:  $60.00

  • Devianosto deviat’ imen Vsevyshnego. [Ninety-nine Names of God. Classical Art of Islamic World from ix to xix Centuries]. Moscow, Marjani Publishing, 2013, ... read more
    price:  $90.00

  • Uzbek Julkhirs, Central Asia, Nurata plateau area, late 19th century. L: 340 cm; w: 142 cm; the dyes are natural, the use of ... read more
    price:  POR

  • Sarre, Friedrich & Trenkwald, Hermann. Alt-Orientalische Teppiche. Vienna and Leipzig, Hiersemann and Schroll, 1926 – 1928, 1st ed., Imperial folio (60 x ... read more
    price:  POR

  • Bag, of rectangular form, with a fastening cord attached to the upper side of the bag, two jade circular fittings to hold ... read more
    price:  POA

  • Kadyrov v. v. Saima. Kyrgyz Embroidery. Bishkek, Raritet Printing, 2012, 1st ed., 4to (30 x 22cm), 56 pp., colour plates, boards. Print ... read more
    price:  $50.00

  • The Kyrgyz Folk Clothes. Ankara, Türk Tarih Kurumu, 2004, 1st ed., 4to (30 x 21cm), 73 pp., 242 colour plates, most illustrations ... read more
    price:  60.00

  • Roslavtseva, l. i. “Kaitagskie” vyshivki. [Kaitag Embroideries at the State Museum of Oriental Art. Catalogue of the collection]. Moscow, The State Museum ... read more
    price:  $70.00

  • Peshkurta needlepoint border, Uzbekistan, circa 1900. l: 112 cm. w: 7 cm. Silk needlepoint on homespun cotton, iroki stich, two joined parts, floral
    price:  £40.00

  • Women’s ikat adras silk dress (khalat), Uzbekistan, late 19th century. L: 168 cm, w: 122 cm; a few small stains, otherwise in good
    price:  £200.00