These yurts (gers) are designed to be easy to take apart, transport, and reconstruct. Despite this portability, they are warm enough to keep the coldest winter temperatures at bay and strong enough to withstand strong winds and the demands of a whole family.
The rafters, crown, door, and central columns (pillars) of this yurt are hand painted with traditional decorative patterns. This traditional Mongolian yurt (ger) has 5 wall panels, come to roughly 19’ (5.8m), 284 sq ft (26.4 sq.m)
Yurt is a circular structure built using a wooden, accordion frame that can be easily taken down, made compact for carrying, and reassembled. On this frame are placed layers of felt, traditionally made from sheep’s wool, and an outer layer of waterproof canvas. The felt and canvas are secured to the wooden frame and can stand securely in one place for months or even years at a time.
Asking for $5,900. Pick up in Washington DC. I do not offer assembly. Delivery can be arranged for extra.
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