Few examples of the Geometric & Abstract Group...
Simple, geometric and abstract patterns have been present since the earliest forms of weaving in Central Asia.  It has been suggested that in the evolution of the Tibetan rug, these designs reveal the influence of the ones from Khotan and Caucasus. Checkers, crosses, losanges, squares, in various combinations and sometimes associated with figuratif patterns are represented and were a colorfull and practical accessory of the daily life, from picnic to meditation, on horses or in the temple...
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Ref.9873/16/797 Horse-blanket c.1900. 
Ref.9487/0a/898  Horse-blanket c.1930.
Ref.4718/10/395  Sleeping-rug, end 19th. c        cm165x80
Ref.4675/36/1096  Sitting-mat c.1900     cm70x57
Ref.3860/7/1297  Sleeping-rug c.1930  cm167x85
Ref.3863/2/97  Meditation-rug, early 20th. c.   cm155x80
Ref.3860/14/1297  Sleeping-rug  c.1930   cm160x85
Ref.9859/14/1098   Temple runner. End 19th c.   cm230x75
Ref.7395/17/699  Horse-saddle. early 20th c.   cm95x80
Medallions
Dragons
Florals
GEOMETRIC