Flat-woven carpe

The flat-woven carpet that consists of one complete piece is made in the complex technique of twining.  Images of big dragons in four rows decorate the surface of the flat-weaving.  The scales of the body of the dragons, their eyes and tails are emphasized.  Images of two-headed birds are woven near the dragons.  The flat-woven carpet ends in a netted edge.

Collection : Ethnographic collection

Exposition : Armenian Carpets

Period : Modern Era

Era : late 19th century

Location : Artsakh

Place : Hadrut

Material : Wool

Inventar # : 11178