During a wedding procession, the bride and bridal party often rode under kurak (patchwork) kejebe (palanquins). This gyra bezeg was a type of bunting that decorated the lower edge of the kejebe cover, adding both beauty and auspicious symbols to the object.

Camel trappings (gyra bezeg)
Probably Yomut people
circa
1930
1950
Made in
Turkmenistan
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7.5
IQSCM, Gift of the Robert and Ardis James Foundation
2015.030.0002