Shulaver Kazak Rugs

Examples of Antique Shulaver Kazak Rugs

Shulaveri is a village of the Marneouli district of Georgia. Home of poetess Maro Margarian, 1915 -1999.  Shulaveri is an Armenian town in Georgia. 

A Shulaver rug Kazak Region, late 19th century

A Shulaver rug Kazak Region, late 19th century

Origin: Southwest Caucasus, Kazak Region, late 19th century

Size: approx. 269 x 109 cm

Notes on Condition - Literature References

In good condition with the original end- and side finishes. Corroded brown.


Queen Alexandra's Shulaver Kazak rug 
Queen Alexandra's Shulaver Kazak rug

Queen Alexandra's Shulaver Kazak rug

South Caucasian rug of royal provenance, Shulaver Kazak design,

Late 19th century, 6ft.1in. x 3ft.9in. 1.86m. x 1.14m.

Evenly low overall. A framed and glazed photograph, about 1910, of the interior of Queen Alexandra's waiting room in Wolfendon Station on the Sandringham estate, shows this rug before the fireplace.


A Kazak Long Rug
A Kazak Long Rug

A Kazak long rug, Southwest Caucasus,

DESCRIPTION

A Kazak long rug, Southwest Caucasus,

Last quarter 19th century

Oxidized browns, minor spot repiling,

Approximately 8ft. 10in. by 4ft. 5in. (2.69 by 1.35m.)


An early 20th century Shulaver Kazak rug 
An early 20th century Shulaver Kazak rug

Shulaver Kazak rug,

South west Caucasus

About 1900-20, 8ft.8in. x 5ft. 7in. 2.64m. x 1.70m.

Brown slightly corroded in places.


Schulaver Kazak Rug
Schulaver Kazak Rug

Schulaver Kazak Rug

South Caucasus

Mid-19th century

8'6" x 3'7" : 258 x 108 cm