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I would like to present to you the most impressing part of Uzbek handmade embroideries - Suzani. This name of the exquisite silk mural embroideries comes from Persian "sozan" which means "a needle". Uzbek Silk Handmade Suzanis give us an opportunity to have an insight into the old culture and traditions of this land. Such works of Art were prepared and used for ceremonial functions like wedding dowries, fittings for horsemen and their horses, and the general embellishment of reception rooms. As soon as a daughter was born in family, the mother would start to make suzanis for her dowry, and later her daughter, too, would join her in this fine art. The patterns of suzanis are an expression of women's mood and fantasies; and not only that... Most of all, Suzanis are the last exponents of an age-old tradition which draw our attention by its mysteriousness and beauty.

This is beautiful and very striking Suzani from Samarkand. It is a piece of silk handmade embroidery while the foundation is silk-cotton fabric. Samarkand Suzani is very unique by its wonderful traditional pattern. The item embroidered with several roundels framed in long branches with leaves and surrounded by blooming rosettes and other beautiful floral images. The leaves are depicted in the shape of various terrestrial creatures like scorpions, lizards, fish and etc.

Stitch: couching.

Size: 61"inches x 43"inches= 110cm x 155cm
Condition: excellent.

SALE Uzbek hand embroidered in silk Samarkand suzani


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silk, cotton
  • Ships worldwide from Russia
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