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Antique Balochistani Mashad Saddle
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The bagface of this original saddlebag rug represent Baluch people culture. Balochi or Baluch Rugs are traditional tribal rugs that are made in the wider area of Baluchistan on the eastern borders of Iran and western Pakistan and southern Afghanistan. Saddlebag’s that were used on horses and camels were commonly made with a long center bridge with a slit down the center. In addition, these are normally woven in one long piece. First the face for one pouch was woven, then a long section that formed the back and center bridge, then the second pouch face. Furthermore, the bag was assembled by folding each end panel inward. Then stitching along the sides. All Balochi rugs often present geometric motifs and tribal designs. Can make very fine entrance rugs or can be used in smaller spaces; they would fit very nicely in a traditional or minimalistic settings.
Dimensions
3.75 x 1.5 ft
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Antique Balochistani Mashad Saddle

Estimate $100 - $125
Oct 16, 2022
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0366: Antique Balochistani Mashad Saddle
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Est. $100 - $125Starting Price $10
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The bagface of this original saddlebag rug represent Baluch people culture. Balochi or Baluch Rugs are traditional tribal rugs that are made in the wider area of Baluchistan on the eastern borders of Iran and western Pakistan and southern Afghanistan. Saddlebag’s that were used on horses and camels were commonly made with a long center bridge with a slit down the center. In addition, these are normally woven in one long piece. First the face for one pouch was woven, then a long section that formed the back and center bridge, then the second pouch face. Furthermore, the bag was assembled by folding each end panel inward. Then stitching along the sides. All Balochi rugs often present geometric motifs and tribal designs. Can make very fine entrance rugs or can be used in smaller spaces; they would fit very nicely in a traditional or minimalistic settings.
Dimensions
3.75 x 1.5 ft
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