Gendje rugs

Gendje (Ganja) is the second lagest city in Azerbaijan. Gendje is located between the weavings areas of Karabagh, Kazak and Shirvan and has also been a collection point for rugs from surrounding areas.

Genje village rug from the late C19th. 123cm x 83cm. £2500. (Exhibitor Andy Lloyd at LARTA 2020)
LOT 36. A GENDJE LONG RUG, SOUTH CAUCASUS, CIRCA 1880 (Christies 8 April 2014)
Detail Caucasian Gendje “a rug weavers cartoon”. (Exhibitor Lars Nygaard at Dealers Fair ICOC 2011)
Genje long rug late 19th century, 10ft. 4in. x 4ft. 7in. 3.320m. x 1.40m.  (Netherhampton Salerooms 11 December 2013)
Genje prayer rug, Central Caucasus, 131 x 118 cm, second half 19th century (Rippon Boswell 30 November 2013)
Lot 2001. Genje long rug, south east Caucasus, third quarter 19th century, 8ft. 11in. x 3ft. 6in. 2.72m. x 1.07m. (Netherhampton Salerooms 2 October 2013)

Images in the Gendje rug gallery are published with permission from auction houses, dealers, collectors or museums.

 


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