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Overdyed Uzbek Suzani

The Carpet Cellar

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Overdyed Uzbek Suzani
Overdyed Uzbek Suzani
Overdyed Uzbek Suzani

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Product Information

Vintage; 1970s
Very Good; embroidery undone in some places. 2 joints, slight discoloration
Country of Origin:
84" L x 60" W
dry-clean only

Why We Love This

Vibrant colored Uzbek suzani created in the 1970s. Luxurious softness with a cotton backing and soft silk thread hand embroidery. These pieces could take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months depending on the intricacy of the embroidery. There tends to be a joint in larger suzanis since they are created separately and then sewn together to create one large piece. Can be used as a bedcover, throw or even a table cloth.
As described by The Carpet Cellar

About The Carpet Cellar

The Carpet Cellar is a specialist gallery for the finest woven treasures. Conceived by one of India's most respected curators, it is a Mecca for certified antique carpets, perfectly executed recreations and modern designs, kilims, dhurries, shawls and textiles. A range of handwoven and hand-knotted masterpieces have been carefully selected for their unique brilliance over the past four decades to create one of the largest collections of its kind in India.