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Tribal & Village handwoven rugs from Stephen Miller Gallery of Menlo Park, California.


Luri

This Luri (or Lori) tribal rug was made in the early 20th Century by nomadic peoples who have lived high in the […]

  • 4'9" x 10'3" 
  • Wool 
  • 67671 

Antique Kuba-63277

This late 19th Century Kuba was handwoven in a tribal village in the  Republic of Azerbaijan.  High in the Caucasus Mountains, the […]

  • 4'7" x 6'3" 
  • Wool 
  • 63277 

Ersari

A classic antique tribal rug from the Ersari people of Uzbekistan. With its abstract repeating geometric pattern, this rug could easily find […]

  • 6'6" x 8' 
  • Wool 
  • 61419 

Shirvan Kilim

It’s easy to imagine this fine antique Kilim as a gallery rug hanging in Yosemite’s Ahwahnee Hotel. Flat woven with the soft […]

  • 5'2" x 10' 
  • Wool 
  • 60852 

Antique Soumak

Late 19th century rug from Caucasus region with highly complex warp-wrap technique.

  • 4'9" x 9'4" 
  • 100% Wool 
  • 62688 

 
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