Salor rugs

The Salor tribe are considered as the oldest Turkoman tribe in historical Turkestan. See examples of Salor rugs in this educational photo-gallery.

Salor Chuval, Turkestan, Ca. 1800. 4 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 1 in. (Grogan 31 January 2021)
Salor chuval. Exhibitor Milani
Salor bagface
Lot 189. Salor Chuval, Turkmenistan 1st half 19th cent., 2ft. 8in. x 4ft. 3in. 81 x 130 cm. First half of the 19th century. Estimate €25,000 – €35,000
Lot 161. Salor Chuval, Turkmenistan circa 1800, 2ft. 3in. x 3ft. 5in. 69 x 104 cm. Circa 1800. Estimate €10,000 – €14,000
Lot 88. Salor Chuval, Turkmenistan circa 1860, 2ft. 6in. x 3ft. 9in. 76 x 114 cm. Circa 1860. Estimate €7,000 – €9,000
Lot 404, a massive Salor-gul Turkmen main carpet, Turkmenistan, last quarter 19th century, 21ft. 1in. x 17ft. 1in. 6.43m. x 5.21m. Estimate £15,000 – £25,000
Lot 11, a late 19th century silk embroidered Turkman asmalyk probably Salor or Saryk. Size 2ft. x 4ft.7in. (60cm. x 138cm.) Estimate £18,000 – £22,000
Salor wedding trapping circa 1700 exhibited by David Sorgato
From an Asian Private Collector. A Salor Wedding trapping, Central Turkestan. Circa 1800. Approximately 81 x 211 cm. $40,000-60,000
Salor Chuval, Turkmenistan, 1st half 19th ct. Provenance: From the Dr. Werner Loges Collection of Turkoman Rugs. Size 81 x 139 cm. Estimate 3000 EUR
Lot 158, a 18th century Salor main carpet
Lot 42, Salor main carpet, Turkmenistan, 18th/19th century
Lot 38: A SALOR TORBA, early 19th Century, ak su design with pink silk multiple guls, 44″ x 15″ Estimate: £6,000 – 7,000
Lot 16, a 19th century Salor chuval 90×144 cm. Estimate 1,600 EUR.
An extremely rare pre S Group Salor chuval. 1750 or earlier.

 

Lot 805, a rare Salor Ensi, Turkestan, 18th c., 5’10” x 4’4”, estimate $10,000-20,000

 


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