Tekke Chyrpy

Examples of Tekke Chyrpy Clothes





Country of Origin: Turkmenistan

Date of Origin late 19th century

Use: Woman's coat

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Auction Catalogue Description:

Sotheby's Auctions » Furniture & Interior Decorator » lot 1

Sale W04777
w - A TEKKE EMBROIDERED WOMAN'S COAT, WEST TURKESTAN,
London, Olympia 600—800 GBP Session 1
06 Apr 04 10:00 AM
MEASUREMENTS
97 by 140 cm., 3ft. 2in. by 4ft. 7in.
DESCRIPTION
DATE OF OBJECT
late 19th century










A Tekke Turkmen Embroidered Mantle (Cherpi)
Turkmenistan, 19th century.

Lot 2
Sotheby's Fine Oriental Rugs and Carpets

New York Saturday 12/16/93

est. $2,500 – 3,500

Sold for 2,875

Provenance: The collection of Dr. and Mrs. Jon Thompson


Hort Oriental Rugs
MP961ca- This is a Tekke Chyrpy made in Turkmenistan about the turn of the century. It is in mint condition. The embroidery is all silk and the linning is a block print.







AOPC1tk- This is a Pende/Saryk ensi. It was woven about 1890 in Turkmenistan and is in very good condition. The size is about 4x6 and your price is only $5000




The Michael Beste Tekke Chyrpy 2nd half 20th



Michael Beste

Red Chyrpy PRICE € 480.00 (EUR)
Region: Central Asia ? Turkmen ? Tekke
Item Type: Textiles ? Costume and Apparel ? Chyrpy
Period / Date: 20th century ? second half (1950 - 1999)
Other Colours: Red
Comments On Condition: very good




are Tekke Turkmen Cuffs Bilizek *blacktent Item # 2623795543
Seller theblacktent
Rare Tekke Turkmen Cuffs Bilezik
12 3/8"long, 3 kg, 214 grams

Up for auction is a pair of very rare antique Tekke Turkmen cuffs (Bilezik) Late 19th century. These ceremonial cuffs are becoming harder and harder to find. Silver, fire gilt, carnelian. Extraordinary find. Some cracks in a couple pieces of carnelian- but this is normal and to be expected in a piece this old. We are offering these with a very low reserve. Retail value of these is upwards of $3000.00. Don't miss this opportunity!

Among the Turkmens, jewelry was a principal means by which wealth was held, and it was the property of the women. Jewelry became a part of a woman's inheritance and was worn on special occasions...The Turkmens produce a wide variety of jewelry items...Each piece has a function and a name...Some of the wedding is often barely able to move under the weight of her jewelry. larger pieces are especially heavy: a bride adorned for her