25 October 2007
A KARABAGH RUNNER
SOUTH CAUCASUS, DATED AH 1280/1863-4 AD
Corroded black, minute spots of wear, uneven tension, a few reweaves, selvages frayed
11ft.7in. x 3ft.8in. (352cm. x 112cm.)
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The inscription cartouche reads, '...work of Taqi...'.
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