A beautiful yellow colour suzani wall hanging from the Surkhandarya region, Uzbekistan.
Perfect as a wall hanging, framed up, bed and sofa throw or any interior project.
Will look great in a boho and eclectic home or a contemporary interior.
▪︎approximately 216cm x 133cm (85" x 52"), crochet edge not included
▪︎late 20th century
▪︎mix cotton and silk (adras)
▪︎kanda-khayol and basma stitches
▪︎original lining in plain and printed white cotton
▪︎bottom edge in crochet and sequins
▪︎base cloth in jacquard fabric
**as with any vintage items there are little signs of wear and tear and discolourations in lining but otherwise in good vintage condition.
Suzanis 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.
They were used to decorate walls, bed and sitting areas.
This piece is in doiragul design representing life and growth.
**pictures are very close representation of the colours but not 100% due to different light conditions and viewing screens. Please sent me a message if you would like more informations.