Examples of Karadashli Rugs & Carpets
Early 20th c. Uzbek Silk Scarf
Description: SILK SCARF
Origin: Central Asia, Uzbekistan,
Size: ca. 97 x 95 cm
Minor damage to sides; in good condition.
Karadaschli Juval 2nd half 19th c.
Description: KARADASCHLI CHUVAL
Origin: Central Asia, West Turkestan, 2nd half 19th c.
Size: ca. 90 x 113 cm
Flat woven back not preserved, shirazi replaced, otherwise in good condition.
Early Karadashli main carpet
Size: 244cm(H) x 166cm(W) / 8’0(H) x 5’5″(W)
Region: Central Asia, Turkmen, Yomut
Item Type: Rugs and Carpets
Period / Date: 18th century, first half (1700 – 1749)
Materials: wool with camel wefts
Comments On Condition: A large patch (visible in images), some minor skinned spots (see detail image) and preciously few reweaves generally consisting on one line of knots inserted in various eras.
Full Description: Great color including the most intense, saturated, and polychromatic apricot I’ve yet seen in a Turkoman weaving. In most Yomud weavings this color is a weak beige shade but in this carpet this color, as well as the rest, is exceptional. The horizontal aspects, at each end, of the main border is exquisite.
Karadashli Ensi 2nd half 19 C
Country of origin: Central Asia, Westturkestan
Dimensions: approx. 149 x 141 cm
Karadashli Ensi 3rd quarter 19th
AGE: 3rd quarter 19th century
DESCRIPTION: 1.29 X 2.01m. Wool, camel, & goat. Symmetric knot. Urine stains but otherwise complete and in perfect conditon. Good colors and incredible wool.
Karadashli Juval circa 1800
Country of origin: Central Asia, Western Turkestan, c.1800
Dimensions: approx. 55 x 107 cm
Impressive Nine-Gül-Chowal of Karadaschli with Tschemtsche secondary motifs and Chochanak border. Fine knotwork, first class wool, bright colors. The generous space distribution is a sure indication of an early date of origin. – Circumferentially trimmed and reduced, pile low, upper left two small, inserted places.