2 April 2009
A SILK AND METAL-THREAD KOUM KAPI RUG
SIGNED ZAREH PENYAMIN, ISTANBUL, TURKEY, CIRCA 1920
Signed twenty-five times in the field, small repaired border tears, border repairs, slightly dry in a few places, border lined
5ft.9in. x 4ft. (175cm. x 122cm.)
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