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Suzani is a tribal textile with roots from Persia and central Asian countries. It gets its name from the Persian word for needle.

Suzani is a tribal textile with roots from Persia and central Asian countries. It gets its name from the Persian word for needle ✨🌸 🌹 ᘡℓvᘠ❤ﻸ

verall format of the small suzani, below, from Uzbekistan probably third quarter 19th centur

Mae Festa: My First Forty Years of Collecting

verall format of the small suzani, below, from Uzbekistan probably third quarter centur

Kaitag textiles from the Republic of Dagestan, Russia “Kaitags are a rare form of embroidered textile from the Kaitag district of Daghestan (which is mainly inhabited by Dargins).

Great Suzani - no info on where it hails from.

Antique Suzani Embroidery 47244 Detail/Large View by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs and carpet gallery.

A beautiful Uzbek Tashkent region silk suzani / susani embroidery. It dates to late 19th century / early 1900 and has a gorgeous powerful design with a large archaic star design at ...

A beautiful Uzbek Tashkent region silk suzani / susani embroidery. It dates to late century / early 1900 and has a gorgeous powerful design with a large archaic star design at .

Suzani Embroidery: Notes on Nurata Suzani

Central Asia, South West Uzbekistan Dimensions 218 x 148 cm Age Mid century

Some motifs are seen more often than others and are clues to the ways in which tribes were exposed to other cultures. Lotus, hyacinth, carnations, tulips and the botah pattern (similar to the paisley) are seen very often, sitting within circles, or being sprayed from vessellike shapes. A popular image is one called ‘ Palak’, a heavenly orb and often represented with big red flower:

A popular image is one called ‘ Palak’, a heavenly orb and often represented with big red flowers. Some say, it may also be related to the Pomegranate fruit.

uzbek suzani textiles, silk embroidered on silk foundation, Tashkent region, Uzbekistan, 19th c.

uzbek suzani textiles, silk embroidered on silk foundation, Tashkent region, Uzbekistan, c.

BEAUTIFUL UZBEK SILK HAND-EMBROIDERY SUZANI WINTER GARDEN A3056

BEAUTIFUL UZBEK SILK HAND-EMBROIDERY SUZANI WINTER GARDEN A3056

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