Turkmen Asmalyk handwoven in Central Asia during middle of 20th century by Yomud tribesman. Traditionally used for Turkmen weddings. Soft aubergine and brighter peach tones with blues and reds.

Mid Century Turkmen Asmalyk - 1'5 x 2'6

Regular price $350.00 Sale

This Turkmen Asmalyk was handwoven in Central Asia during the middle of the 20th century by Yomud tribesmen. This distinctive type of weaving was traditionally used for Turkmen weddings. They normally come in pairs and are used as camel trappings as part of the bridal procession. 

This particular Asmalyk features soft aubergine and brighter peach tones, with blues and reds adding depth to the color palette. The design is composed of concentric serrated lozenges arranged diagonally in a lattice pattern. 

In good condition, signs of wear consistent with age. Pile is low, with a soft handle.


Size: 1'5" x 2'6"

Age: Mid Century

Country of Origin: Central Asia

Type of Rug: Turkmen Asmalyk

Material: Wool Pile on a Wool Foundation

Pile Height: Low

Condition: Good



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