The Saryk are one of the 23 Turkmen tribes of the Oghuz Federation, a Turkoman tribe of southern Turkestan. Saryk carpets are vegetal dyed, predominately browns & reds, using asymmetrical knots. The Gul or cloud band, flower in Persian and the tree of life are typical designs. The gul is often both hexagonal and octagonal knotted in combinations of dark red and mauve, brown and purplish brown. Many household and tent furnishings of beautiful and practical use such as door surrounds, storage bags, tent bands and horse covers were woven by the Saryk and the other Turkoman tribes of the region.
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