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Oriental decor, Cairo, Egypt.

Central Asia, Turkomen jewelry wedding set (10 pieces); silver, silver gilt and carnelian; ca. early 1900.

A ‘Large medallion’ uzbek Suzani, Bukhara, Uzbekistan, first half 19th century. From a French private collection, Estimate price on auction £20.000-30.000

Spring in Boysun, Surkhandarya region, Uzbekistan. Uzbek traditional costume. Source Marakanda Expedition.

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From the back cover of Klavdia Antipina’s 2006 book KYRGYSTAN, this yak-riding woman wears the costume of late 19th century southern Kyrgystan.

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Spring in Boysun, Surkhandarya region, Uzbekistan. Nomads tent, Suzani textiles. Source Marakanda Expedition.

Ceiling detail of a madrassa. Bukhara, Uzbekistan.

Ethnic silvet jewelry, felt textile. Fashion designer from Kyrgystan, Central Asia.

Qajar royal tent made for Muhammad Shah (1834-1848), Persia, early 19th century. Wool embroidered Reshti Dozi woolen appliques, one of these tent is now in the V & A museum London.

Bukhara Order of the Golden Star - award established in Bukhara emirate in the late 19th century.

Social terrorists portraits. Silk carpet, wool portrait, hand weaving. Artist Faig Ahmed, Baku, Azerbaygan.

Suzani fragment, silk embroidery, Bukhara, Uzbekistan, mid-19th century.

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A fragment from a Safavid carpet that is found in the Walters Art Museum. It dates to around Jalali year 1015, and it was created, probably in Isfahan or Kashan, with silk pile and silk warp, silk and cotton weft, and metallic brocading. The curators at the Walters comment, ‘This brightly colored fragment comes from [a] corner of a famous type of Persian carpet with large floral designs, traditionally called Polonaise … Such carpets were very popular in Europe during the first half of the 17th century. They were often ordered or acquired in pairs from Iran. Shah Abbas (reigned 1587-1629), the Iranian ruler who established Isfahan as his capital, sent a carpet of this type to the doge, or ruler, of Venice as a present in 1603.’

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Tajik Suzani embroiderers, Tajikistan, Central Asia.

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