Catifa de Mahabad, capital de la República Kurda del 1946 (Kurdistan Oriental)


Typical Kurdish Jambiya Dagger

Kurdish jambiya from 18th century with massive hilt carved from a solid piece of horn and wearing a large beautiful blade of traditional style, double edged with powerful central ridge reinforcement. Original wooden scabbard embellished with pressed leather decorations and large horn tip ball en suite with the hilt. Excellent condition on this attractive and exceptionally Kurdish dagger.

Dagger of The Kurdish Patriot and Leader From The Early 20th Century Kurdish National Movement Ekrem Jamil Pasha

The Kurdish Patriot Ekrem Jamil Pasha's Dagger - a 300 years old dagger

Kurdish Antique Objects

Kurdish Antique Objects
A piece of jewellary head with the stamp 'Diyarbekr
 Candlestick with the stamp Sulaymaniyah

KURDISH STAMPS

KURDISH STAMPS 


The (Y)Ezidian Domain - Peacock


KURDISH WOMEN FROM THE EARLIER CENTURIES


Kurdish woman from Caucasus

KURDS: FROM THE EARLIER CENTURIES

KURDS: FROM THE EARLIER CENTURIES 


KURDISH TENTS OF SINJAR

KURDISH TENTS OF SINJAR 

 Artist: Frederick CharlesCooper (c.1810-c.1880) 
 was a traveller, diplomat & artist, Consul to Queen Victoria in Mesopotamia
 (1850-1855) & Kurdistan. He made many drawings, of which this is one, which included his 
 Arab friends of the Jebouri tribe & places: Belled Sinjar, (Kurdistan) Kowkoob cemetry 
 Sinjar minaret, Akhtar, the Chichi Kurds, the Khadour, etc.
 Many of his drawings was used by Sir Austen Henry Layard for his archaelogical publications.
 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austen_Henry_Layard
 Subject: Portraits of Kurds & Arabs, some with their names
 Medium: Watercolour
 Size: 11 x 27 cms. approx.

Original Kurdish Prints

Beg-Bitles-Kurdistan-1880

Kurdish Hunter1880