Uzbek or Turkmen(?) Jajim, Central Asia (middle Amu Darya region),
late 19th/early 20th Century, 5’10” x 4’4”
An exceptionally colorful flat weave, intended to be used as a cover or to wrap up personal possessions (ie. clothing, bedding) for storage. The colors are lovely, a cacophony of various shades of red, blue, yellow and brown.
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