Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】
Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】

Vintage hand-embroidered silk Suzani from Uzbekistan 【One and only item!】

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$210.00
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This pink base vintage Suzani with teapot design was hand-embroidered and hand-sewn in Urgut, Uzbekistan in 1920-30s. The backside is a red fabric. 

Suzani is a traditional tribal fabric, hand-embroidered by women in Central Asia. It was usually made by a mother as a dowry when her daughter gets married and presented to the groom on the wedding day. The daughter is then supposed to finish the unfinished part. Suzani comes from a Persian word, which means needle.

This can be used as a wall hanging or a table center or any other way you would like!

Size: About 98 cm x 84 cm

This is a vintage item and may have slight effects such as frayed threads, damage/stain from usage.

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