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Baluch Bird Bag

Baluch Bird Bag

  • Number char48

  • Material Wool

  • Origin Baluch

  • Style Animal

  • Type Tribal

  • Size 66 x 59

  • Age 1860


This is a complete and single 'bird' bag from the wandering Baluchis. Unlike others that are merely bag-faces, this is a complete bag with its intact kilim woven back side. In addition it is not one of a pair of bag-faces from a double Khorjin saddle bag but a single bag in its own right. The upper end or mouth is woven in Sumakh stitch flat-weave and does not connect to a symmetrical flap. This bag would have been filled and placed on the ground of the tent as is, much like a Turkmen Chuval.

Aesthetically, we see 7 peacocks in total. The central one, silhouetted in bright red, faces the exact opposite way of the other 6 which are outlined in calm aubergine purple. A unique tribal artifact by all means,

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