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Kuba Perepedil carpet in an ivory ground

Code: KUPER41M

Size: 154x212cm

Size (ft): 5'0"x6'11"

Area: 3.26 m2

Density: 175 000 knots per square meter, totally more than ~570 000 knots

Colors: ivory, red, brick red, yellow, sky blue, medium blue, royal blue, cinnamon, green, dark brown, old purple, maroon, apricot.

Dyes: madder, weld (Reseda Luteola), onion skins, cochineal, indigo, cherry leaves, fig tree leaves, pomegranate skins, walnut husks, natural dark brown sheep wool, natural ivory sheep wool, natural brown sheep wool.

Materials: Handcarded and handspun wool for pile, ivory wool warps and ivory wool wefts (two shots). 1cm of flatwoven kilim ends at both sides. - wool on wool

Knots: Gördes (Turkish, symmetrical)

Pile height: 0.5cm

Ends: five rows of decorative knotted meshwork

Inscriptions: weaving date, "Kuba" in ancient Orkhon-Yenisey alphabet

Weaver: Qanira, Saida

Weaving Period: 4 months

Handwoven in Azerbaijan

Design: The ivory field scattered with a variety of animals & birds and geometric motifs around alternating ram's horn motifs flanked by hooked dart (or scissors) motifs etc. in a green ground kufic border.

King Henry on a rug with a kufesque border. Hampton Court Palace 1667 by Remigius van Leemput

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