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Antique Bordjalou Garmagly rug

Code: BRCHGM01

Age: late 19th century

: 145x200cm

Size (ft): 4'9"x6'6"

Structure: wool pile, ivory wool warps and red wool wefts.

Knots: Gördes (Turkish, symmetrical)

Description: This highly artful Borchaly (so called Bordjalou) rug in a shaded madder red field has three polychrome hooked lozenge 'garmagly' medallions, in a broad ivory border of multiple polychrome half hooked garmagly panels between polychrome zigzag and mill-pattern stripes, inner serrated stripe. The border abstractly echoes with the garmagly hooked lozenge medallions.Vigorous palette of natural colors and bold archaic graphics.

Good condition, slight corrosive brown, some repiling.

Provenance: Property from a prominent private collection in the UK, previously at Christie's London, 13 April, 2000, Lot 217


Similar examples:

A Bordjalou Kazak rug, Sotheby's Rugs and Carpets From Distinguished Collections 03 november 2015 - https://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2015/rugs-sale-l15872/lot.49.html

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