Circa: 1900 – 1920
Size: 28″ by 23″ – 72 cm by 58 cm
TURKMENISTAN YOMUD Ceremonial Camel Trapping fragment with flaps. A rare beautiful camel head wear top part fragment which comes to camel’s head and forehead. Small tassels are made out of owner’s hair as well as from bird of prey and added on it as talisman decorations. The human hair has a few shades, must be also gathered from other family members. Fine cotton, hand loomed silk fabric and trade cloths were used to make it. Russian printed cotton backing. They decorate camels during migration and wedding ceremonies.
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Turkish Folk Art - Vedat Karadag, Murat Ozgen. Tribal weavings and objects of art from the Silk Road.
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