Moghan Kazak Rugs
Examples of Moghan Kazak Rugs & Carpets
Antique Moghan long rug
Ivory field with two columns of stylised polychrome Memling guls divided by linked stellar flowerhead lozenges, in charcoal-black border of bold hooked lozenges and small checkered panels between vine and barber-pole stripes, outer plain stripe, good condition 268cm. x 86cm. (8ft.10in. x 3ft.10in.)
A Moghan Memling Gul long rug
South Caucasus, late 19th century. Oxidized browns, partially reselvaged, minor repiling. Approximately 8ft. 3in. by 3ft. 6in. (2.51 by 1.07m.)
A Moghan Kazak long rug, Southwest Caucasus
Late 19th century. Original polychrome selvages and end finishes, partially oxidized charcoals. Approximately 9ft. 9in. by 4ft. 4in. (2.97 by 1.32m.)
Antique Memling Gul Moghan Rug
Size: 3’9″ x 8′
Age: 1870-1880 circa.
Condition: Very good. Thick lustrous wool throughout. Rich natural sheared browns. Complete with its triple braided edges & selvege both sides. Three small fold wears. Three 1/2″ sq. holes that have been repaired. One corner appr. 8″ long, has two rows of weaving missing. All pure vegetable dyes. Wool warp & weft. K.P.S.I.: 6 x 7.
A Moghan Kazak Rug
Approximately 6ft. 1in. by 4ft. 2in. (1.85 by 1.27m.). Minor repiling, minor reweaves.
A Moghan Runner
Field divided into two columns of thirteen panels containing polychrome hooked stepped medallions, in an ivory serrated angular S-motif border between pea-green and brick-red flowerhead and angular leaf stripes and barber-pole minor stripes, full pile throughout, naturally corroded black, scattered spots of repiling, selvages coming away in parts. Circa 1800.