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Lot 0179
Early 20th century, 126 x 115 cm, Central Asia, Uzbekistan

The traditional garment worn by men in Bokhara was a silk ikat chapan: a voluminous coat with long arms open at the front. Several chapans were frequently worn on top of one another. In this white-ground chapan, the design consists of elongated, green and inky blue serrated bands which form shapes resembling flashes of lightning. The coat is edged with an embroidered trim. – Well preserved.

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Ikat Chapan

Estimate €300 - €350Nov 25, 2017