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A fine Kazak rug, Caucasian, circa 1880. 174 cm long, 132 cm wide

An Akstafa pile rug, Akstafa Village, Kazak region, Caucasus Mountains, late 19th century, 232 x 124 cm. note: Most Akstafa (Design) Rugs are made in the Shirvan Region further north in the Caucasus but this type is documented and rare.

An antique Caucasian Fachralo Kazak rug, last quarter of the 19th century. 197 x 134 cm

A Kazak rug from the Southern Caucasus, 2nd half 19th century a row of three large diamond shape medallions to blue ground within multiple borders in reds, blues and cream 233 x 133 cm

An Afghan Kazak wool rug, modern the field with stylized floral and foliate designs in navy, light blue, and cream on a washed red ground, the border of similar designs and stylized flower heads on a cream ground, each end with a small fringe. Length 202 c

A fine antique Caucasian rug, Kazak, circa 1900. Provenance: Christie's Melbourne March 2001 lot 262

Large Afghan Kazak carpet. Cream ground with pale blue tone border. Koranic cover style. 434 x 310 cm

Afghan Kazak carpet. Red ground with blue tone border. Koranic cover style. 374 x 274 cm

An old hand knotted Caucasian Kasak Adler rug, the field with two large medallions, geometric floral motifs, three wide border guards in shades of red, blue, brown and ivory. Width 172 cm. Length 250 cm. Worn

Kazak runner. Provenance: Hawkins family 240 x 73 cm

A Kazak prayer rug, Southern Caucasus, dominated by a large red square medallion below a slim triangular 'Mihrab' bearing a date and flanked by minarets 164 cm by 88 cm approximately. Provenance: Dr and Mrs N Hawkins, Sydney

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