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Göklen Chuval
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third quarter 19th century, 84 x 113 cm, Central Asia, South West Turkestan

An Eagle Group 2 chuval woven by the Göklen Turkmen in a design of nine large primary motifs and chemche secondary güls. The main border is decorated with small diamonds (probably highly abstract flowers), and the guard borders show reciprocal wavy lines (running dog). The five large flowering plants drawn in a distinctive style are one of the identifying features of these chuvals, as is the high format. – Signs of age and wear, low spots in the pile, all four corners have been restored, the kilim back has not survived.



RIPPON BOSWELL, A 62, Pinner Collection, 15 May 2004, lot 79 *** RAUTENSTENGEL, ANNETTE & VOLKER & AZADI, SIAWOSCH, Studien zur Teppich-Kultur der Turkmen. Hilden 1990, ill. 24 ***PINNER, ROBERT & EILAND, MURRAY L. Jr., Between the Black Desert and the Red. Turkmen Carpets from the Wiedersperg Collection. San Francisco 1999, pl. 30 *** LANGAUER, UDO, Turkmen Collection 2011. Vienna 2011, ill. p. 37
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Göklen Chuval

Estimate €1,800 - €2,400
May 28, 2022
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Starting Price €1,500
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0138: Göklen Chuval

Sold for €2,200
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Est. €1,800 - €2,400Starting Price €1,500
Antique Rugs & Carpets
May 28, 2022 9:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0138 Details

Description
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third quarter 19th century, 84 x 113 cm, Central Asia, South West Turkestan

An Eagle Group 2 chuval woven by the Göklen Turkmen in a design of nine large primary motifs and chemche secondary güls. The main border is decorated with small diamonds (probably highly abstract flowers), and the guard borders show reciprocal wavy lines (running dog). The five large flowering plants drawn in a distinctive style are one of the identifying features of these chuvals, as is the high format. – Signs of age and wear, low spots in the pile, all four corners have been restored, the kilim back has not survived.



RIPPON BOSWELL, A 62, Pinner Collection, 15 May 2004, lot 79 *** RAUTENSTENGEL, ANNETTE & VOLKER & AZADI, SIAWOSCH, Studien zur Teppich-Kultur der Turkmen. Hilden 1990, ill. 24 ***PINNER, ROBERT & EILAND, MURRAY L. Jr., Between the Black Desert and the Red. Turkmen Carpets from the Wiedersperg Collection. San Francisco 1999, pl. 30 *** LANGAUER, UDO, Turkmen Collection 2011. Vienna 2011, ill. p. 37

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