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#7463 Yomud Juval

This 19th century 36 X  54 (109 x 164cm) Yomud Juval has fifteen major guls (rounded lobed). Three of them form an equilateral triangle containing white, white, white wool making an almost startling presentation, separated by a minor Chemche gul. One interesting characteristic of the rug is that the major and minor guls are separated by a zig- zag line in barber pole motif worked in red, green, blue, terra cotta and white. The piece has a major border consisting of the Kochanak border generally found in Tekkes. It is worked in  very dark green and blue on a terra cotta ground. The elam is a modified tree of life design sometimes found in Ersari. The rug is in passably good shape which is evenly low except for a part of the elam as photographed which is missing a chunk. The buyer pays the shipping with insurance of $40.00.

 

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