The wool on the rug has a high quality which makes it very shiny. The rug has been made in the end of 19th century and in original condition. Beshir is a name of a town in West Turkistan. Rugs made in the area of Bokhara and northern Afgahanistan are described as Beshir. Most of these rugs are thought to be woven by Ersari Turkoman.
This general attribution is disputed by some scholars. Beshir rugs are made by the Beshir tribe, one of several subdivisions of the Ersari group of Turkoman people, who inhabit the Amu Darya Valley in Turkmenistan and parts of Uzbekistan and. While Turkoman tribes came into this region as early as the 11th century A.The Beshir were part of a later group who came into the Amu Darya region in the 17th century after being forced out of their homeland in the Balkans by political turmoil. Because their origin is separate from other peoples in the. Turkmenistan area, the rugs they manufacture have a distinct style. While there is variation among Ersari rugs, as a group they are so distinct that attribution is seldom a problem, and the tribal subdivisions such as Beshir are also readily identifiable.
Beshir rugs are also distinct in coloring. While Turkoman rugs generally are dominated by deep reds and blues, Beshir rugs often place these shades alongside lighter, happier colors. The result is a vital, exuberant look that stands in sharp contrast to the sober tones of some other Turkoman rugs. Circa: 1900, -size: 5.7'x 7.7'(174cm x 275cm) , -material: wool, -country of origin: Uzbekistan, -style: Beshir, -background colours : red, chocolate brown, olive brown, navy blue. En cas de retour, les frais sont à la charge de l'acheteur.
L'item "Tapis ancien de collection Ouzbek Beshir faits main 174cm x 275cm 1900 1B534" est en vente depuis le dimanche 28 août 2016. Il est dans la catégorie "Art, antiquités\Meubles, décoration du XXe\Design du XXe siècle\Tapis".
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