Camel Cover

6'4" x 8'1" (193cm x 246cm)
Central Asia, Yomut Turkmen Tribes: Early 20th Century
Felt, with embroidery: wool
A large animal trapping, most probably a ceremonial cover for a camel made of felted wool and decorated with embroidered motifs, typical of Turkmen tribes of Central Asia. An interesting object that can be used as a floor rug or a wall hanging.
Condition & Remarks
Very well preserved, sturdy and clean.

Medium, Trappings, etc