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Suzani to most eBay sellers from Uzbekistan. Because of a huge demand on our Luxurious Hand Made Suzanies we just opened a representative office in Philadelphia USA.
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Excellent! Suzani is a Unique Piece of Art! Only One Piece in the World!
Embroidery – 100% Handmade, Silk Threads
Wall – Highest Quality Velour
Place of Origin – Uzbekistan
Size – 63 x 68 inches
Weight – 3 lb 12oz
Suzani is not shiny - the shine of silk threads on the picture is only from camera flash and light in the room to show you the embroidery style and to proof that it is old and 100% embroidery hand made. You may also, if you prefer, show the shine of any silk embroidered suzani by installing special light pointed on your piece of art at your home or office.
Condition – Please refer to all pictures. Fill free to ask any questions.
Saved condition – Excellent! As collection in proper room
condition - not in the attic, garage or smoking house
Mostly used purposes - Collectible, luxurious office and home decoration - gorgeous wall hanging, floor decor, delightful table cloth or other beautiful part of design purposes. Suzani is also a magnificent gift.
Little History –
A type o f embroidered
and decorative tribal textile mostly made in Uzbekistan or other Central Asian
countries. From the Persian - Suzan which means needle. The art of making such
textiles is called Suzankori (needlework). Suzanis usually have a cotton
(sometimes silk) fabric base, which is embroidered in silk or cotton thread.
Chain, satin, and buttonhole stitches are the primary stitches used. There is
also extensive use of couching, in which decorative thread laid on the fabric
as a raised line is stitched in place with a second thread. Suzanis are often
made in two or more pieces that are then stitched together. Popular design
motifs include sun and moon disks, flowers (especially tulips, carnations, and
irises), leaves and vines, fruits (especially pomegranates), and occasional
fish and birds. The oldest surviving suzanis are from the late 18th and early
19th centuries, but it seems likely that they were in use long before that.
Suzanis have been traditionally made by Central Asian brides as part of their
dowry, and were presented to the groom on the wedding day.
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