Sivas Kurdish "Pardah"

6'7" x 11'4" (201cm x 345cm)
Turkey, Eastern Anatolia: Early 20th Century
Flat-weave (kilim), with knotted poms: wool
A tribal flatweave by Kurds of Eastern Turkey, intented as a hanging, tent divider, woven in four panels and decorated with tufts of wool and cotton. Could be used on the floor but perhaps better as a cover, curtain, etc.
Condition & Remarks
Very well preserved, sturdy and clean

The panels can be separated and used as two runners.
Medium, Narrow & Long, Kilims, Textiles, Blankets, etc