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“STRAGE WORLDS”: LOS ESCENARIOS MINIATURA DE MATTEW ALBANESE

Mexican art: rug by weaver Arnulfo Mendoza of Oaxaca, Mexico. Highly sought-after, last a lifetime.

Collectible Caucasian - 1910s Antique Karabagh Rug - Prayer Design 2.9 x 5.8 ft. #Caucasian

Collectible Caucasian - 1910s Antique Karabagh Rug - Prayer Design 2.9 x 5.8 ft

Collectible Caucasian - Antique Karabagh Rug - Prayer Design x ft.

Africa | Floor rug from Sidi Bou Zid, Tunisia | ca. 1950 - 60 | Wool; weft-faced, interlocking tapestry woven. | Tunisian kilims were woven both for use in the home and for sale in the market, the kilim has long functioned as a decorative furnishing in the house or tent. It is also a key item in a young woman’s trousseau and a source of income for the family.

African floor rug from Sidi Bou Zid, Tunisia. Made of woo and is a interlocking tapestry woven. Tunisian kilims were woven both for use in the home and for sale in the market.

Rug, Tunisia, Gafsa, mid 20th century, from the Opekar / Webster Collection, T94.2216 Textile Museum of Canada. - fQaroundtown: January 2008

Rug, Tunisia, Gafsa, mid 20th century, from the Opekar / Webster Collection, T94.2216 Textile Museum of Canada. - fQaroundtown: January 2008

berber rugs - Buscar con Google

Algerian Berber Rug Wool with camel-hair border Nemamcha Berber people Batna region, Algeria (northeast Algeria) c.

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Tunisian Berber people, from the border of Tunisia & Libya, 'mahmoudi' or woman's wool mantle, with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving; the cotton resists the indigo.

Persian gabbeh rug

Sartirana - report from the ongoing antique rug and textile show

Colorful Moroccan rug

HAKIMIAN - Moroccan Tribal Weavings - Zemour Mat [ I bought a large rug like this when I was in Morocco.

Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

FABRIC Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

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