Exhibition of rugs designed by Christopher Legge and pots by Alan Berman. Sewell Centre Gallery, Radley College

Preview Friday, 8 November, 6 – 8 pm. 9 November – 17 December, 10 am – 5 pm

Central Asian Tuski’iz (bed hanging)

Central Asian Tuski’iz (bed hanging)

reference:  6909

This embroidered central Asian tuski’iz is part of a bedding set.

The embroidery in a multitude of strong colours is worked in chain stitch on off-black cotton twill which is backed with a light-coloured cotton fabric. The field with its floral designs is enclosed on three sides by a red cotton border with curvilinear patterns and a band of rickrack, with loops for hanging still intact on the top border. It was acquired in Almaty, Kazakhstan, in the year 2000. The textile is a cheerful example of central Asian folk art.

It is in very good condition.

See also an example in the British Museum’s research collection, which was acquired in 2003: https://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?assetId=295516001&objectId=3440155&partId=1 

£495

dimensions:  
104 x 200 cm