Saddle covers and rugs

Saddle rugs are placed over or under the saddle. Horse covers are placed under the saddle.

Persian saddle rugs and covers

Feraghan saddlecover. (Mizrahi Fine Arts at Sartirana Textile Show 2007)
Malayer saddle cover, north west Persia, late 19th/early 20th century, 3ft. x 3ft. 2in. 0.91m. x 0.97m. (Netherhampton Salerooms 20 September 2017)
North west Persian saddle cover, about 1920-30s, 2ft. 5in. x 3ft. 4in. 0.74m. x 1.02m. (Netherhampton Salerooms 9 July 2014)
Afshar Saddle Cover, South Persia, Kerman region, 100 x 135 cm, first quarter 20th century. (Rippon Boswell 30 November 2013)

Caucasian horse covers

Caucasian Horse Blanket. Azerbaijan (Caucasus), c. 161 x 134 cm, about 1900.

Shahsavan horse covers

Antique Caucasian Shasevan soumak horse cover. (Lauritz.com November 2013)

Turkmen horse covers

Lot 181, a Yomud Horse Cover, Atabay Tribe North East Persia, Gurgan region. First quarter 20th century. (Rippon Boswell “The Kossow Collection” 26 March 2011)
Yomut horse cover 135×108 cm. (Exhibitor Alberto Boralevi at Sartirana Textile Show (STS) 2012)

Tibetan saddle rugs

Tibetan under saddle rug (Saddle rugs at the Sartirana Textile Show 2011 by Koos de Jong)
Tibetan under saddle rug 19th century or earlier. (Saddle rugs at the Sartirana Textile Show 2011 by Koos de Jong)

Chinese saddle rugs

Ningxia top saddle rug last quarter 18th century. (Saddle rugs at the Sartirana Textile Show 2011 by Koos de Jong)

Inner Mongolian saddle rugs

Inner Mongolian under saddle rug late 18th / early 19th century (Saddle Rugs from China: De Jong – De Roode Collection at STS 2011)

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