Uzbek Tassel,Vintage Tassel,Lakai Nomadic Silk Hand Embroidery Pendant Bright Tassels

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Fine Uzbek Lakai tribe silk embroidered '

The original use of this type of textile to adorn the home, but the shape is perfect for using it as an amazing ATS or fusion hip scarf.

Materials:silk and Cotton


Stock number:002

Embroidered in silk using needlepoint technique with silk tassels and antique beads. In some cases the beads are older than the textile and are a particularly attractive feature of this segusha. They are made of glass, solid silver (the small square beads) and silver alloy (boteh pattern and diamond beads at bottom). The silk tassels are bound with silver metallic thread and the strands of each tassel end with a small white glass bead. The back is lined with old Uzbek trade cloth.
The segusha is often described as a bedding 'cover'. However, it appears it was actually the nomads filing system for bedding piles. It was originally part of a larger cloth placed between different family members' quilts with the triangular section hanging down at the front. i have also seen it reported that it was originally stitched to the end a particular quilt, further supporting the idea that an individual segusha related to an individual person's bedding. Whether or not they originally had any kind of protective, magical purpose, like the smaller triangular textile amulets, in addition to an organisational and latterly just a decorative function is open to further research. It would certainly make sense to me, as we are at our most vulnerable when asleep, so it seems to me that giving bedding magical protection would be quite sensible for the nomad

The silk tassels with beads and metal work are charming and they could be used the way they are as wall hangings, garmets such as belts and could be a great touch onto a shawl or belly dance costume as well as a material source for ethnic jewellery designers.

All pictures are taken by daylighting in order to be better.

You can use like wall hanging, chair or bed cover, tribal dancing atribute and etc.

Conditions: Used but in good conditions,
Professionally cleaned and ready to use.

You can see the size in pictures

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you can return it back in 7 days..shiping cost and return shipping belong to buyer .

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