417-8-- Chelaberd (Eagle) Karaja

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417-8-- Chelaberd (Eagle) Karaja

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SIZE
  4ft 11 x 7 ft 3 in

DESCRIPTION
So called "Eagle" Karaja. These were purportedly woven in the village of Barjid, Azerbeijan which is located about halfway between the village of Chelaberd in the Caucasus and the Heriz/Karaja area in NW Persia. A theory holds that the Barjid weavers were immigrants from Chelaberd who retained the familar Eagle Kazak design but plied it using the Karaja weave of single weft and cotton foundation. In any case these are bright, dynamic, and decorative pieces with lots of ivory in the field.

CONDITION
Thick. Excellent Condition.

PRICE

sold

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