76630 Antique Afghan Baluch Camel Trapping, Asmalyk Yomut Turkmen Wall Hanging Tribal Textile 02'04 x 03'11. This hand-knotted wool antique Afghan Baluch is known as a camel trapping or an asmalyk. It is a five-sided tribal textile used in a Yomut Turkmen wedding procession. It features an all-over geometric star pattern of ashik guls alternating with colored jagged edge lozenges each filled with a diamond. Perfect used as a wall hanging, tapestry, or tribal wall art. Bespeaking age and history, this antique Afghan textile is the perfect complement to interiors with similar richness and rustic vibes including natural wood furnished chalets, hunting lodges, estates, cottages, and mountainside abodes as found in Colorado, Lake Tahoe, or the Adirondacks. Well-suited for a wide range of interior styles: Nomadic, Ethnic, Navajo, Primitive, Tribal, Geometric, Southwestern, Rustic, Lodge, Cabin, Bungalow, Bohemian, Boho Chic, Islamic, Manor House, Art Deco, Mission, Spanish Revival, Mediterranean, Swedish Farmhouse, Traditional, Eclectic, Modern, Mid-Century Modern, Contemporary, Industrial, Country, Arts & Crafts, and Craftsman. Framed with poly-chromatic tassels. Asmalyk Yamut. Baluch. Turkoman. Turkmen. Abrash. Hand knotted wool. Made in Turkmenistan (Afghanistan). Measures: 02'04 x 03'11.