For your consideration is this large Egyptian pictorial kilim. This Kilim was hand woven most likely by one of the Bedouin Tribes in the Sinai Peninsula. Like the Navajo, Bedouins have been hand weaving woolen rugs and tapestries, called Kilims, for centuries. This Kilim is a Pictorial weaving depicting a village scene. In the bottom center of the scene is a large oak tree surrounding the tree are village huts and other taller buildings, as well as numerous palm trees, birds, people, people on camels, and a donkey., The rug is very colorful, featuring a white background with reds, bright yellow, green, orange, blue, and many shades of beige and brown. 53" x 99.5" plus fringe on both ends. This is a very nice tapestry in very good condition.
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