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Fine Chinese Ningxia Tibetan Style Rug, C1880, Handwoven, Plant Dyes 2.7x4.8

CHINESE NINGXIA MEDITATION RUG, c1880, HANDWOVEN, FINE WOOL, PLANT DYES: 2.7x4.8. The item "FINE CHINESE NINGXIA TIBETAN STYLE RUG, c1880, HANDWOVEN, PLANT DYES 2.7x4.8" is in sale since Saturday, June 29, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Rugs & Carpets". The seller is "hookedonrugs" and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped to United States. Size: 2.7x4.8 Shape: Rectangle Style: meditation Age: c1880 Regional Design: NinXia Background Color: Blue Rug Type: Runner   

Beautiful Antique Chinese Tibetan Blue Khaden Rug Mat Ningxia

Here is a beautiful antique Khaden rug -- I absolutely love these little blue-tone gems! Dimensions: 42 x 21 inches each. Please add me to your. For my latest finds in antique rugs and textiles! Textile Production is perhaps one of the most defining arts of civilization. From objects of simple necessity to majestic luxury they are emblematic of the creative genius and technical mastery of the artistic traditions of the world. The item "BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE CHINESE TIBETAN BLUE KHADEN RUG MAT NINGXIA" is in sale since Thursday, March 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian ...

Antique 19th Century Chinese Ningxia (ninghsia) Khaden Rug Made For Tibetan

   An Antique 19th Century Ningxia (Ninghsia) Khaden for the Tibetan Market. This charming 19th Century Ningxia Khaden, sleeping Rug, with its soft colors and shiny wool, is a typical product of Ningxia, a Western China Area. Often those Khaden rugs are produced for Tibetan Monasteries. Its a beautiful complete piece with some parts of low pile, but overall in good condition for its high age. Dimension: 120 x 63 cm (47.24 x 24.80 in). Artist/Creator: unknown Creation: around 1850 Country: China Dimension: 120 x 63 cm (47.24 x 24.80 in). Condition: complete piece with some parts of low ...

A Very Soft Ningxia Cover, First Half Of 19th Century, Tibetan, Chinese Rug

   A Very Soft and Early Ningxia Seat Cover from the First Half of 19th Century. The cruciform design at the centre of the field represents two Tibetan dorje symbols. The corners of the field depict stylized bats aligned towards the central motif. Overall in very good condition, woven with best wool and colors quality. With removable fixing rings on the back. Literature: Compare with: ESKENAZI, JOHN J. L'Arte del Tappeto Orientale. Goes with Gabbhe, Gabbeh Rug, carpet, textile, Persian, Azeri, Heriz, tribal, Central Asian, Khotan, Samarghand, Samarkand, Chinese, Sultanabad, Saruk ...
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