Turkmen Igdir Rugs & Carpets

Examples:


Igdir Chuval

Igdir Chuval



Origin: Central Asia, West Turkestan, 1st half 19th century

Size: approx. 63 x 113 cm

Notes on Condition

Losses to lower end, elem missing; upper end and sides partly damaged, pile low, however, and interesting and attractive collector’s item.



Early 19th c. Igdir Main Carpet



Early 19th c. Igdir Main Carpet

Origin: Central Asia, West Turkestan, early 19th c.

Size: ca. 264 x 151 cm

Notes

Early main carpet with Tauk Nuska guls. Densely woven, tight pile, heavy. Excellent colors. – Outer borders missing, amateurishly fixed sides, moth damage and holes, mainly to the upper and right hand border.



Igdir Turkmen Rugs: Ensi / Engsi mid 19th Century

Igdir Turkmen Rugs: Ensi / Engsi mid 19th Century

Country of origin: Central Asia, Western Turkestan, mid-19th century.

Dimensions: about 165 x 127 cm

A rare Engsi of the Igdir tribe, whose field does not have the Hatschlou cross, but a tree pattern with five vertical stems, Erre-Güls and diagonal, jagged leaves, as is the standard repertoire of the Asmalyks.

Original finishes are missing all round, some small holes and low spots in the pile.



Igdir Turkmen Rugs: Main Carpet 1 half 19th Century


Igdir Turkmen Rugs: Main Carpet 1 half 19th Century

origin: Central Asia, West Turkestan, 1st half of the 19th century.

Dimensions: ca. 276 x 156 cm

Already proving the small format The high age of this rare Igdir main carpet, a Turkmen tribe belonging to the Yomuden Association. Vibrant, almost colorful colors, the C-Gül ornament and a specific knotting structure are typical features of the Igdir works. A rare feature of this carpet, which has already been published by Herrmann and Engelhardt, is his blue elemos and the small palms at one end.

Pages re-wrapped, pile with slight age traces, overall good condition.



Igdir Turkmen Rugs: Main Carpet 19th Century


Igdir Turkmen Rugs: Main Carpet 19th Century

Country of origin: Central Asia, Western Turkestan, 1st half 19th century.

Dimensions: about 240 x 160 cm

This expressive main carpet with large Dyrnak-Güls in two alternating shades has been knotted in the northern Yomud tribes, probably the Igdir. That he is older than a related specimen in the Berlin Museum with the same field pattern and the same, rare arrow vine in the main border, can be seen in its smaller dimensions. The luminous and powerful colors with green, royal blue and apricot are characteristic of the carpets of the Igdir.

Circumferentially trimmed, pile evenly low. In some places yellow discolorations, probably due to foreign influences.



Igder Amaleh Qashqai Rug


Igder Amaleh Qashqai Rug

Rug by the Igder tireh of the Amaleh taifeh of the Qashqa'i Confederation, Fars Province, south west Persia about 1900-20, 6 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 1 in. 1.91m. x 1.25m.







Igder Amaleh Qashqai Rug


Igder Amaleh Qashqai Rug

Rug by the Igder tireh of the Amaleh taifeh of the Qashqa'i Confederation, Fars province, south west Persia late 19th century.

7ft.7in. x 4ft.9in. 2.31m. x 1.45m. Even wear overall.