Antique Tribal Bags and Bag Faces - 3

Here are still more small weavings made by nomads living in Anatolia, Azerbaijan and Northwestern Persia. Some are complete saddlebags, storage sacks or pillow covers; others are bag faces. Click on the inventory numbers below to see the full textiles and detail photos. Go to Bags - 1 or Bags - 2 for more!  For a discussion of tribal bags, go to The Varieties of Tribal Bags and Panels.  Go to our Tribal Textiles page for kilims, brocaded covers and more.


Yuncu Ala Cuval
Northwest Anatolia
First half, 20th century
Wool. 28"x 45"
Reciprocal brocade
W-6951


Erzerum Yastik
NE Anatolia.  Late 19th century
Wool with white cotton.  18"x 32"
Slit tapestry.
W-8298


Shahsevan Mafrash Panel
NW Persia
Late 19th century
Wool.  49"x 22"
Slit tapestry and soumak
W-6942


Borchaliu Mafrash
Georgia.  Late 19th century
40"x 19"x 13"
Wool and cotton
Soumak
W-9023


Shahsevan Mafrash Panel
NW Persia. 19th century
Wool.  40"x 19"
Brocading
W-8456


Caucasian Mafrash Panel
Azerbaijan. 19th century
Wool and cotton.  20"x 39"
Soumak
W-1916 


Borchaliu Mafrash
Georgia.  Late 19th century
39"x 17"x 15"
Wool and cotton.  Soumak
W-9158

    

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