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Notes on Antique Textiles, Folk Art & Timeless Traditions – Jaina Mishra

WOVENSOULS | Antique Textiles | Persian Rugs

This page showcases rugs from the Wovensouls Collection.

To view the detailed images please visit WOVENSOULS.com linked here.  

Prices may be requested from jaina@wovensouls.com.

ANTIQUE ISFAHAN RUG

ANTIQUE ISFAHAN RUG

ANTIQUE KURDISH LATTICE RUG

ANTIQUE AFSHAR RUG

ANTIQUE LESGHI RUG

ANTIQUE LESGHI RUG

ANTIQUE QASHQAI DOWRY RUG

ANTIQUE QASHQAI DOWRY RUG

ANTIQUE QASHQAI SHEKARLU RUG

ANTIQUE QASHQAI SHEKARLU RUG

ANTIQUE SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG

ANTIQUE SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG

ANTIQUE UZBEK BAGFACE

ANTIQUE UZBEK BAGFACE

ANTIQUE WHITE SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG

ANTIQUE WHITE SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG

ANTIQUE YELLOW GENDGE RUG

ANTIQUE YELLOW GENDGE RUG

LARGE SOUTH WEST PERSIAN RUG

LARGE SOUTH WEST PERSIAN RUG

VINTAGE NEYRIZ RUG

VINTAGE NEYRIZ RUG

VINTAGE GREEN QUM SILK RUG UNUSED

VINTAGE GREEN QUM SILK RUG UNUSED

VINTAGE TADJIK ROOBAND

OLD TADJIK ROOBAND

DOUBLE BAGFCAE

VINTAGE FLAT WEAVE DOUBLE BAGFACE

To view the detailed images or check the descriptions, please visit WOVENSOULS.com linked here.

jm

July 2013

6 comments on “WOVENSOULS | Antique Textiles | Persian Rugs

  1. Nazmiyal Rose
    January 8, 2014

    Your collection is pretty awesome. Liked it very much. I also visited your site and found it to be interesting. But the images on blogs are not showing. Most people would stay to have a look at your collection if you could have this fixed. Thanks

  2. wovensouls
    January 9, 2014

    Thanks for your feedback – I will check out the errant images & fix the problem soon.

  3. Old New House Oriental Rugs
    February 5, 2014

    This is a really eclectic selection of carpets to show and discuss. The green qum is very unusual, especially in that tone. I am surprised the Lesghi avoided the old english washes to draw down the colors – you see so few of them without the was, and rarely in condition like the one you show. These are great examples, thank you for sharing

  4. Kemal Vedat
    July 13, 2014

    Very last piece – Double bag is not Sumak weave, it surely looks like plain flat weave. How can such a major mistake can be made in such a great WEB -SITE.
    Vedat Karadag

  5. Kemal Vedat
    July 13, 2014

    ALSO- ANTIQUE UZBEK BAG FACE: it is not a bag face but it is a mafrash panel- Bedding bag. It is most probably from Caucasus.

  6. wovensouls
    July 14, 2014

    Hello!
    Thanks for your comments! I am not really an expert on the Central Asian textiles and so the mistakes may have crept in as I reproduced the descriptions from memory. Thanks for your notes! Will make the corrections on the websites soon.

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