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Konagkend Kuba Rug

Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
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Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Konagkend Kuba Rug
Model: ART00358Konagkend Kuba Rug
The source of the rug comes from the book Caucasian Carpets, E. Gans-Reudin, Thames and Hudson, Switzerland 1986, pg.276. This is a Konagkend-type rug from the late 19th century in the Kuba region, Caucasus. There are three principal designs for rugs attributed to Konagkend ( Konakkent or Konakhend ). The first has a large cruciform medallion, the second, called by Kerimov and Schürmann 'Ordutch-Konagkend', has a series of large octagons, and the third, and probably best known, has a stiff, angular lattice based on hexagonal forms. Each type has a quite different aesthetic appeal and in each case, the design is reminiscent of other rugs. The cruciform medallion type usually has a bright, light palette and in both color and design is reminiscent of Kurdish weavings and certain Turkish village rugs. The 'Ordutch-Konagkend' pieces have strong affinities with Baku and other north Shirvan rugs, and the lattice type is the closest to the concept of design most normally associated with Kuba as well as having links with earlier groups of, principally Turkish, carpets. This rug has an animal decoration with small medallions in the field, and it is framed with a series of borders with combs, and floral motifs the overall composition is quite closely related to a group of soumak rugs with large medallions. The design of the rug is interpreted by our designers, and vivid colors are chosen for this rug.

Color summary: 8 colors in total, most used 4 colors are;
  • Imperial Red  415 (Madder Root)
  • Black Chocolate  434 (Pomegranate - Spurge - Madder Root)
  • Natural Wool Color  320 (Natural Sheep's Color)
  • Feldgrau  340 (Spurge - Madder Root - Indigo - Walnut Husk)
Group: Caucasian Rugs Family Area: Kuba Region Material of Pile: Natural Dyed Hand-spun Wool Material Warp / Weft: Wool on Cotton Structure: Shirvan technique, Symmetrical knot Knots Density: 35x42 Pile (mm): 2 Production Place: Southeastern Anatolia – Diyarbakir - Derviş Hasan Weight: 3.10kg Location: Tokyo Stock: Out Of Stock
Dimensions:

3 ft 3 in x 4 ft 11 in ( 100cm x 150cm )


    Price:
    $2,500
    Ex Tax: $2,500

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