Complete 20th century saddle-bags like this one are becoming scarce, as many were cut in half during the early commercial part of the 20th century, to sell as cushions. Therefore it's important that those complete 'khorjin' should be preserved. The Timuri produced probably the most elaborate saddle-bags, particularly as can be seen here in the brocade work that constitutes the bridge. Both knotted-pile bags are in very good condition, as is the plain-weave back. Made in western Afghanistan circa 1950.
Material: 100% wool
Style: hand knotted
Use: Seat, Chair, floor
Size: 59"x26,3" ( 150 x 67 cm )
Place of Origin: Southern Afghanistan
Condition:a pair of punch holes in the front and back
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