CENTRAL ASIA - Late 19th Century Embroidered OkBosh
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A Superb!! Late 19th Century - Kirghiz OkBosh Ceremonial Bag. Believed to have been Created for Weddings & utilized on Camels in Decoration and Celebration Procession Ceremonies. * Quite often, Text Literature refers to these Objects as having been utilized in common type for housing the Poles for construction of Yurks, however that is probably not the case since ( these ) Bags are too small & much too Decorative to be used for that purpose. The Embroidery here, consists of Brown, Red Colored Wool Felt Ground w/ Additional Multi-Colored Blues, Yellows & Reds which are Highly Ususual and Not Commonly seen. * A Rare Estate Acquisition. Type & Condition - Simply Wonderful ! * Shipped from the U.S. by Insured Carrier. This Item would Frame Marvelously Inside a Display Shadow Box Frame, on a Material Background of rather pronounced Museum quality in Presentation.
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- Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
- Type / Pattern
- Late 19th Century - Tasseled Pouch
- Kirghiz - Central Asian
- 19th Century
- Width: 14 inches
- Height: 36 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- Wool - Felt