Chodor rugs

Chodor is a Turkmen tribe inhabiting the Khiva area of Turkestan. The field color in Chodor rugs are often a distinctive purple-brown.

Chodor Chuval
Lot 26. Chodor Chuval 122 x 86 cm. Turkmenistan, ca. 1870. Estimate € 1200 – 1800
Lot 264, a Chodor Chuval, West Turkestan, second half 19th century, 3 ft. 7 in. x 2 ft. 5 in. Estimate $800-1,200
Lot 264, a Chodor Chuval, West Turkestan, second half 19th century, 3 ft. 7 in. x 2 ft. 5 in. Estimate $800-1,200
Lot 202, Chodor 57 x 161 cm from the second half of the 19th century. Estimate 1.800 EUR
Lot 202, Chodor 57 x 161 cm from the second half of the 19th century. Estimate 1.800 EUR

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Chodor ensi. Exhibitor Mohammad Tehrani
Chodor ensi. Exhibitor Mohammad Tehrani
Chodor ensi. Exhibitor Mohammad Tehrani
Chodor ensi. Exhibitor Mohammad Tehrani
Lot 85. A CHODOR MAIN CARPET NORTH TURKMENISTAN, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Est. $6,000 – $8,000
Lot 85. A CHODOR MAIN CARPET NORTH TURKMENISTAN, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY Est. $6,000 – $8,000
Lot 371. CHODOR MAIN CARPET, Turkestan, 19th century; 9 feet x 6 feet 8 inches.
Lot 371. CHODOR MAIN CARPET, Turkestan, 19th century; 9 feet x 6 feet 8 inches.
Chodor, first half of the 19th century. 256×187 cm.
Chodor, first half of the 19th century. 256×187 cm.
Chodor chuval. Exhibitor Ziya Bozoglu.
Chodor chuval. Exhibitor Ziya Bozoglu.
Arabatchie(?) shallow bag. Mangyshlak, Balkan Peninsula, East Caspian, 18/19th century, 1.10 X 0.44 m., Chodor gul but asymmetric knot open left. Exhibitor Michael Craycraft.
Arabatchie(?) shallow bag. Mangyshlak, Balkan Peninsula, East Caspian, 18/19th century, 1.10 X 0.44 m., Chodor gul but asymmetric knot open left. Exhibitor Michael Craycraft.
Lot 37, a “pseudo Chodor” chuval from the collection of Jonathan Broido.
Lot 37, a “pseudo Chodor” chuval from the collection of Jonathan Broido.

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