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Ning Hsia

18th Century
China
DESCRIPTION:

Ningxia, just east of the Gansu corridor on the Silk Road, was perhaps the most significant weaving center in China. This piece was woven as a seating runner for a Buddhist temple and consists of four separate seating squares. The design consists of an arrangement of lotus flowers, an iconography with specific Buddhist implications symbolizing enlightenment.

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CONDITION:
Areas of old repiling.
WIDTH:
2' 4"
LENGTH:
8' 1"
RUG ID:
16902
PRICE:
$3,500.00


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