Turkmen chuval

A Turkmen chuval is a large storage bags with pile surface. Turkmen tribes uses these bags for transportation of clothes and household things.

Tekke chuval
Tekke chuval pre 1800, size 74 x 115 cm. (Lesley and Robert Pinner Collection)
Yomut Turkmen 16-gul chuval
Yomut Turkmen 16-gul chuval, Turkmenistan, second half 19th century, 2ft. 7in. x 4ft. 0.79m. x 1.22m. (Netherhampton Salerooms 16 September 2020)
Ersari Chuval
Ersari Chuval, Central Asia, c. 1860, 3 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 7 in. (Skinner 26 April 2020)
Kizil Ayak Chuval
Lot 68. Kizil Ayak Chuval 140 x 71 cm. Turkmenistan, second half 19th century. (Austria Auction Company 25 January 2020)
Chodor Chuval
Chodor Chuval 122 x 86 cm. Turkmenistan, ca. 1870. (Austria Auction Company 25 January 2020)
Rare Arabatchi Chuval rug early 19th century. Size 138 x 66 cm. David Sorgato at the Hali Fair
Arabatchi Chuval rug early 19th century. Size 138 x 66 cm. (Exhibited by David Sorgato at Hali Fair 2019)
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
Salor Chuval, Turkmenistan 1st half 19th cent., 2ft. 8in. x 4ft. 3in. 81 x 130 cm. First half of the 19th century. (Munkacsi Collection sale at Austria Auction Company 9 May 2015)
Saryk chuval
Saryk chuval (Skinner 21 October 2016)
Beshir Chuval mid 19th century or earlier. (Exhibitor Aaron Nejad at London Antique Rug and Textile Art Fair (LARTA) March 2012)
Beshir Chuval mid 19th century or earlier. (Exhibitor Aaron Nejad at London Antique Rug and Textile Art Fair (LARTA) March 2012)