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SHAHSAVAN SUMAKH PANEL 97 x 39 cm (3ft. 2in. x 1ft.
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SHAHSAVAN SUMAKH PANEL 97 x 39 cm (3ft. 2in. x 1ft.
SHAHSAVAN SUMAKH PANEL 97 x 39 cm (3ft. 2in. x 1ft. 3in.) Azerbaijan, late 19th century Published: "Mafrash", Siawosch Azadi 1985, Page 144 Condition: good, several signs of use Warp: wool, weft: wool
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