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Ala kiyiz - felt rug. 100% sheep wool. Solid felted, seamless. Handmade in Kyrgyz Republic.

Ala kiyiz - felt rug. 100% sheep wool. Solid felted, seamless. Handmade in Kyrgyz Republic.

Ala kiyiz - felt rug. 100% sheep wool. Solid felted, seamless. Handmade in Kyrgyz Republic. 144*239 cm.

Ala kiyiz - felt rug. 100% sheep wool. Solid felted, seamless. Handmade in Kyrgyz Republic. 144*239 cm.

Traditional Nomad Carpets and other goods Shyrdak from Kyrgyzstan.

Traditional Nomad Carpets and other goods Shyrdak from Kyrgyzstan.

Shirdak - Felt Carpet. Handmade. 100% Wool. Superb quality. 2*3 m. White, Red, Brown. "Altai" series by Tumar Art Group. Kyrgyz masters achieved their greatest perfection in making shirdak, which was an integral part in the decoration of each yurt. Protecting from cold and damp earth, it gives the interior special warmth, joy and festivity. People introduced harmonious color scheme of the surrounding nature, its joy, sparkling colors of the mountains and valleys into shirdak.

Shirdak - Felt Carpet. Handmade. 100% Wool. Superb quality. 2*3 m. White, Red, Brown. "Altai" series by Tumar Art Group. Kyrgyz masters achieved their greatest perfection in making shirdak, which was an integral part in the decoration of each yurt. Protecting from cold and damp earth, it gives the interior special warmth, joy and festivity. People introduced harmonious color scheme of the surrounding nature, its joy, sparkling colors of the mountains and valleys into shirdak.

Fabulous collection of felt rugs from Kyrgyzstan with incredibly vibrant colors. Visit their site!

Fabulous collection of felt rugs from Kyrgyzstan with incredibly vibrant colors. Visit their site!

The heart shape at the center of this shyrdak symbolizes hospitality; it represents the leather bowl in which hosts offer fer- mented mares’ milk (kumiz) to guests in a traditional Kyrgyz home.

The heart shape at the center of this shyrdak symbolizes hospitality; it represents the leather bowl in which hosts offer fer- mented mares’ milk (kumiz) to guests in a traditional Kyrgyz home.

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