Baluch Trapping (Cushion Cover)

(DK-78-23)   Antique
1'3" x 6'2" (38cm x 188cm)
Central Asia, Baluch Tribes: Early 20th Century, or earlier
Flat-weave, weft-substitution technique: wool, goat hair
An interesting weaving from the Baluch tribes, possibly an opened up bag or cushion - we have several examples of this type and have not been able to find reliable information regarding their specific use. Intricately woven in weft-substitution technique.

It is very sturdy and can be used on the floor. It also makes an excellent table runner or wall hanging.
Condition & Remarks
Very well preserved, sturdy and clean

Very Small, Narrow & Long, Trappings, etc, Textiles, Blankets, etc