With its distinctive warp faced structure, this wool Tibetan coat was mostly likely woven in the Wangden valley of south-central Tibet. Using contrasting black and white wool, a series of graphic reciprocal geometric designs are created on the back. Black flatweave is used on the sides and front portions where it has been ornamented through simple embroidery. Parviz Tanavoli, "Riding in Splendour: Horse and Camel Trappings from Tribal Iran" (Tehran: Fahrhang/Yassavoli 1998), cover and pl. 103.
Luri Camel HeadressEarly 20th Century
South Persian Tribal
- Very good condition. some supporting cloth sewn under arms.
- Being sold on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Swan.
- 1' 0"
- 1' 6"
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