Lambalo Kazak Rugs
Lambalo Kazak mid 19th century
Mid 19th century Lambalo Kazak.
Here is a rare Lambalo Kazak Rug in full pile and in excellent condition. There are several small repairs that are essentially completely invisible front and back. Lambalo’s are a revered type of Kazak long sought after by collectors so it is rare to see a great example in any venue.
Kazak rug South Caucasus, circa 1900
South Caucasus, circa 1900 oxidized browns.
Warp: Wool, Z3S ivory.
Weft: Wool Z2S, 2 –5 shoots red.
Pile: Wool Symmetrical knot.
Density: 7-8 H, 7-8 V
Sides: Wool 2 cords of 2 warps each, overcast red.
Ends: Upper – ½ inch red kilim folded over. Ends: Lower 1 inch red kilim then warp loops.
Size: Approximately 8 ft. 2 inch by 4 foot 10 inches (2.49 by 1.47)
Colors: Cranberry, pomegranate, deep madder red, teal blue, ivory, light to deep cornflower blue, peach, lapis, midnight blue walnut.
Kaimagly Lambalo Kazak Dated 1916
Kazak rug of so-called ‘Lambalo’ design,. Azerbaijan, southwest Caucasus. May be from the Azeri village of Kaimagly. Inscribed and dated 1335 AH (1916-17 CE). 4 ft. 7 in. x 2 ft. 9 in. 1.40m. x 0.79m.
Condition: Small re-weaves, cut all round; rugs of this group usually have multiple borders
A Kazak Long Rug, Southwest Caucasus
Approximately 7ft. 7in. by 4ft. 4in. (2.31 by 1.32m). Third quarter 19th century oxidized charcoals with some repiling, losses to selvages, foldwear, losses to end guard stripes, holes, splits, 3 by 1 inch cobbled repair.
Kasak rug (Kazak Rug) 2nd half 19th ct.
Size 226 x 147 cm
This strikingly beautiful carpet is reminiscent of Talisch carpets with the plain inner panel and the main border, but with its thick, stacked pile proves to be a primordial kasak carpet. Unusually, the blue of the fund is only a small human figure. 226 x 147 cm. Smaller repiled areas, receive excellent for age.
A Lambalo Kazak rug, ca 1900.
Graphically very impressive knotwork whose bright red-ground Fond occupied by the typical emblem like diamond ornaments in three-row arrangement. Brilliant is the color space that is enhanced by the complementary contrast of reds and greens. Concise for the region is the broad context in several borders. Very bold knotwork with monumental aura. 360 x 190 cm. Corroded brown, otherwise excellent condition in the pile.
Kazak rug, Caucasus
Fachralo Kazak rug. First quarter 20th century. Approximately 8 ft.11 in. by 5 ft. 4 in.
On the basis of the format, color, design and particularly the borders, the rug can be attributed to Lambalo in the gardabani area of the Republic of Georgia.
Lambalo Gardabani Kazak Rug
Origin: Southwest Caucasus, Kazak Region, 2nd half 19th century. Size: ca. 192 x 146 cm. Notes on Condition: This rare Kazak with a border dominated design was probably made in the Bordjalou district. In good condition with the original ends and sides; minute restorations, high pile.