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Tibetan Rug, 3'11" x 2'5"

Sandra Whitman Antique & Old Chinese Rug

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Tibetan Rug, 3'11" x 2'5"

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; minor wear, minor repair, woven strips are apparent
Country of Origin:
47" L x 29" W
professional cleaning; use carpet sweeper, do not use a vacuum cleaner

Why We Love This

Tibetan tsukruk. This sleeping mat, or coverlet, was woven on a portable loom in five strips which were then sewn together. The pattern features pairs of beautifully drawn clouds in white and two tones of blue, on a bright red ground. The style of the clouds is similar to early Chinese simple line drawings of Taoist and Buddhist landscape scenes. Made between 1900 and 1940. Hand-looped structure, with wool pile on a cotton foundation.
As described by Sandra Whitman Antique & Old Chinese Rug

About Sandra Whitman Antique & Old Chinese Rug

Sandra Whitman opened her gallery in 1996, after years of collecting. The gallery deals only in Chinese carpets/textiles and stocks quality pieces from all rug-making provinces of China. The inventory includes decorative and collectable rugs/textiles from the Ming dynasty to the Republic period. Chinese rug making is a practical art form undertaken to create coverings for floors, seats, and other objects. The gallery is a resource for the collector but understands that rugs are made to be used.

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