Kurdish weaving is often enigmatic. While Kurdish weavers were certainly influenced by the larger weaving traditions, be it Persian or Anatolian, of the regions where they were living, they contributed as well to these traditions. The simple yet all-encompassing floral burst fills almost the entirety of the small field of this bagface. (Those familiar with Baluch weaving may notice some glaring similarities between this colorful multi-directional floral border with the so-called "fish bone" border found in some pieces from Khorossan). Red and orange are analine.
Northwest Persian Bagfacec. 1900
- 1' 4"
- 1' 5"
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