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 pre 1800, size 74 x 115 cm. (Lesley and Robert Pinner Collection)
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, Central Asia, c. 1860, 3 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 7 in. (Skinner 26 April 2020)
Lot 68. Kizil Ayak Chuval 140 x 71 cm. Turkmenistan, second half 19th century. (Austria Auction Company 25 January 2020)
Chodor Chuval 122 x 86 cm. Turkmenistan, ca. 1870. (Austria Auction Company 25 January 2020)
Arabatchi Chuval rug early 19th century. Size 138 x 66 cm. (Exhibited by David Sorgato at Hali Fair 2019)
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 (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)