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Museo Storico della Caccia e del Territorio
inventary number:
title: Fragment of Mamluk carpet border
place and date: Egypt, 15th-16th centuries
description: Warp: yellow-green wool, S3Z, on two levels Woof: light red wool, S3, 2 passages Knot: wool, S3, asymmetric opened on the left, 38h x 47v = 1786 n/dmq Colors: (5) red varnish, yellow, green, azure, brown
dimension: cm 29 x 106
notes: Bibliography: A. Boralevi in 'Geometrie d'Oriente - Stefano Bardini e il tappeto antico', cat. ed. Livorno (Sillabe), 1999, pp. 30-31.

Museo Storico della Caccia e del Territorio (opened September 28 2002)
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