Up to at least the 1950s, the Turkoman jewelry and their fabric arts were their religious art. Even their camels and donkeys wore the tribal symbols in silver and sometimes gilded silver jewelry and blankets. The modern-day analog would be the taxi driver who carries the medallion of the name of Allah written in beautiful Arabic calligraphy. It is doubtful that the medallion could be read, but it is the symbol that all understand as a blessing from Allah.
Our last post was about the Asik, or sometimes written as Asyk, in tripartite form symbolizing the family but today we can look at a single Asik (my preferred spelling, because it uses the vowel harmony that is typical for the Turkish dialect that I once spoke fairly well). Here is a photo from a page that tells a fuller story of its symbols: