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Carpets from Eastern Turkestan, known as Khotan, Samarkand, and Kansu carpets

Hans Bidder

Carpets from Eastern Turkestan, known as Khotan, Samarkand, and Kansu carpets

by Hans Bidder

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Published by Ernst Wasmuth in Tubingen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rugs -- China -- Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu.,
  • Rugs, Oriental.,
  • Carpets.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHans Bidder ; [translated by Grace Marjory Allen].
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p., [20] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22927426M

      Eastern Asia Bidder, Hans Carpets from Eastern Turkestan: Known as Khotan, Samarkand and Kansu Carpets Washington International Associates London () 20 color plates 50 black and white 96 pp. GWO A major work and study of rugs from East Turkestan, the region in Central Asia/Western China. Chyrpy, probably Uzbek, Turkestan. Turkestan Chyrpy, probably Uzbek, Turkestan. Circa late 19th - early 20th century. 3 ft. 5 in. x 2 ft. 2 in. Height: approximately 3 ft. 5 in. Generally good overall condition apart from some small areas of minor color bleed.

    Picture Book Presenting The Imperial Couple Of Persia Published by: 52 Editor(s): BURDA, Franz Burda Druck Und Verlag Offenburg Author(s): BIDDER, Hans Carpets From Eastern Turkestan Known As Khotan, Samarkand And Kansu Carpets Published by: 53 1) A. Zwemmer Ltd 2) Verlag Ernst Wasmuth Author(s): BALPINAR, Belkis/HIRSCH, Udo.   The workshop that always impresses travellers is known as Samarkand Bukhara Ipak Gilami, which means Samarkand Bukhara Silk Carpets. It is run by the family of Haji Mohammad Ewaz Badghisi, whose life history could inspire a novel. For Haji Baba, of Turkmen background, the weaving of rugs is not a job, it is his life.

    khotan rugs are often associated with samarkand rugs due to their location near the major trading city of samarkand in central asia. this region thrived in culture and prosperity in part because it was a major crossroads for early trading between china, europe, india, persia and turkey; a node on the legendary silk road. khotan was one of the largest and most successful cities along the. Bidder, Hans: Carpets from East Turkestan, Known as Khotan, Samarkand and Kansu Carpets London (), 20 CP 50 b/w 96 pp. Standard reference for rugs from this area, questionable dating but good images. Important text which discusses design origns, etc, beyond just a .


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Publication year and publisher Washington International Associates. 96 pages. Eastern Turkestan Rugs: Khotan, Kashgar and Yarkand, Samarkand rugs.

The stylistic elements that help to identify rugs from eastern Turkestan are the relatively small number of decorative motifs, the somewhat elementary geometric language (both abstract and stylized), and the decidedly livery colors, based primarily on red, blue, and yellow in all their tonalities.

East Turkestan (Uyghur: شەرقىي تۈركىستان ‎, ULY: Shərqiy Türkistan, USY: Шәрқий Түркистан), also known as Uyghuristan (Uyghur: اویغورستان ‎), is a term with multiple meanings depending on context and usage.

Historically, the term and Kansu carpets book invented by Russian Turkologists like Nikita Bichurin in the 19th century to replace another Western term, Chinese Literal meaning: And Kansu carpets book Turkic-stan.

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Silk carpet factory "Hudjum", Samarkand Oriental Silk Carpets from Samarkand. The silk is one of the most valuable fabrics in the East. The tradition of making garments of silk, silk carpets has been passed from generation to generation from ancient times there. Art of carpet weaving was the most valuable skill, because each house had several.

Eastern Asia Bidder, Hans Carpets from Eastern Turkestan: Known as Khotan, Samarkand and Kansu Carpets Washington International Associates London () 20 color plates 50 black and white 96 pp. GWO A major work and study of rugs from East Turkestan, the region in Central Asia/Western : Rugbooks.

These carpets are handmade with colours which have Chinese and Turkmenistan patterns. Carpets were being manufactured in the cities of Kaxgar (Kashgar), Yarkand and Khotan, but since the western people mostly were in contact with these carpets in the trading city of Samarkand, the older production was and are still known as Samarkand carpets.

Khotan Rugs & Carpets Khotan (Hotan) is the easternmost of the three old Silk Road oasis cities with Kashgar farthest west and Yarkand in the middle. Today they are part of Xinjiang province.

Carpets from eastern Turkestan, referred to collectively as Samarkands, are usually divided into three basic groups named for important oases: Kashgar, Yarkand, and Khotan.

Given the general uniformity of designs from one area to another, close examination of structural characteristics is almost always necessary to determine a carpets & rugs.

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Details about BOOK - Rugs from Chinese Turkestan and from China Proper Seller Rating: % positive. The Kingdom of Khotan was an ancient Iranian Saka Buddhist kingdom located on the branch of the Silk Road that ran along the southern edge of the Taklamakan Desert in the Tarim Basin (modern Xinjiang, China).The ancient capital was originally sited to the west of modern-day Hotan (Chinese: 和田) at Yotkan.

From the Han dynasty until at least the Tang dynasty it was known in Chinese as Yutian Religion: Buddhism. Samarkand Rugs are masterful renditions of classic Khotan rugs.

This collection showcases the fine weaving traditions of ancient Uzbek tribesmen, with timeless, hand-knotted motifs displayed in a low cut, pure wool pile. The clarity of design and soft feel of Samarkand rugs. East Turkestan, Circa 6 ft.

7 in. x 8 ft. 10 in. m x m. An antique East Turkestan Khotan carpet from the first quarter of the 20th century. Antique Khotan rugs and carpets were produced in the oasis town of Eastern Turkestan, today part of the Xinjiang region in Western China.

This area has had a steady production of carpets since the 17th century, peaking in the 18th and 19th : 1stdibs. Item: Antique Khotan Samarkand Rug Authentic tan Carpet CSize: 5' x 9'6"Origin: East TurkestanThis a magnificent authentic antique khotan samarkand rug from east turekstan. It has a unique saff garden and vase design and amazing quality wool.

This authentic antique khotan rug is in very good condition and had has a beautiful natural abrush. Hans Bidder. Carpets from Eastern Turkestan Known as Khotan, Samarkand and Kansu Carpets. Trans. Grace Marjory Allen. Tubingen: Verlag Ernst Wasmuth, Burrow Thomas Burrow.

A Translation of the Kharoshthi Documents from Chinese Turkistan. London: Royal Asiatic Society. Samarkand and Khotan antique rugs are known for their fusion of several different cultures and rug styles.

These rugs come from East Turkestan oasis towns, which sits at the intersection of Chinese and Turkish culture. These rugs typically feature Chinese yellows and red colors popular in Turkey.Bidder, Hans, CARPETS FROM EASTERN TURKESTAN KNOWN AS KHOTAN, SAMARKAND AND KANSU CARPETS, Washington International, Accokeek, MD, (), B&W and color illustrations, 96pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN First published in(Order No: ), $An antique East Turkestan Khotan carpet from the second quarter of the 20th century.

Antique Khotan rugs and carpets were produced in the oasis town of Eastern Turkestan, today part of the Xinjiang region in Western China. This area has had a steady production of carpets since the 17th century, peaking in the 18thth : $