Suzani was a part of bride's obligatory dowry. Traditionally the embroidery started at a birth of the daughter and continued till the bride's dowry had not been completely collected. However, household use of such embroideries had also the ritual character connected with ancient beliefs in national consciousness: embroideries as a whole, and their separate patterns in people's representation had magic character, served for a young pair as a talisman against the evil spirits that could harm. The key suzani designs are nests, flowers, images of birds, ancient magic symbols. Suzani has many classifications, such as.Joynomoz - a rug for a pray - the pray should not be made on a naked floor. Bolinpush - a coverlet for pillows. Bishikpush - a coverlet for a cradle. Ruijo - a bed surface (a bed-sheet for marriage ceremony that put on a just-married couple bed). Zardevor - the embroidered friezes to decorate the top part of walls of a room. Bugdjoma - wrap clothes and bed-clothes. Gulkurpa - one of two basic types of tashkent suzani, where ornaments are freely located and representing a blossoming bushes or branches. Kirpech - the vertical embroidery intended for curtain of an average narrow niche. Nimsuzani- the small decorative embroidery, used for walls decoration.
Sandalipush - a coverlet, which covered the tea table. And many other hand and machine-made magnificent embroideries that you can see if you take a look at our items. The embroidery has been made in second half 20th centuries. From top to bottom: 120 cm / 47 inch.
Waist circumference: 110 cm / 44 inch. Leinght sleeve: 47 cm / 18 inch. Condition: bathrobe is embroidered from old embroidery. There may be spots, small holes.In some places, the dye of the thread flashes. I will do my best to resolve any issue. France, italy, spain, germany, netherlands, japan, belgium, denmark, finland, ireland, norway, portugal, sweden, switzerland and other. This item is made of cotton.