Bedspread, Runner, Tablecloth - Cotton - Late 20th century

Description
Bedspread, Runner, Tablecloth - Cotton - Late 20th century
Uzbekistan

A suzani is a large, hand-embroidered textile panel; the word comes from the Persian word suzan, which means needle. Originating from nomadic tribes in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries, suzanis have become highly collectable and valued for their beautiful decoration and fine craftsmanship.
They were traditionally made by brides and their mothers as part of a dowry, and presented to the groom on his wedding day. They represented the binding together of two families, and were adorned with symbols of luck, health, long life and fertility.
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Lot details
Object
Bedspread, Runner, Tablecloth
Material
Cotton
Model/ Name
Hand-Embroidered Uzbek Suzani
Estimated Period
Late 20th century
Country of Origin
Uzbekistan
Condition
As new - unused
Dimensions
2×63×175 cm
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