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Turkish rug, probably 17th c

Transylvanian carpet Object Name: Carpet Date: probably century Geography: Turkey Medium: Wool (warp, weft and pile); symmetrically and asymmetrically knotted pile Dimensions: H: 64 in.

Tabriz prayer rug, Azerbaijan, 16-17th centuries, Safavid Period. Metropolitan Museum of Art

century Iran Medium: Silk (warp and weft), wool (pile), metal wrapped thread; asymmetricaly knotted thread, brocaded Dimensions: Rug: L.

BLACK Turkish islamic prayer rug - CARPET - Mat Namaz Salat Musallah islamicGift

BLACK Turkish islamic prayer rug - CARPET - Mat Namaz Salat Musallah islamicGift

Islamic Gifts, Islamic Prayer, Meditation Rooms, Prayer Rug, Rugs, Ebay, Black, Ap Art, Alchemy

nomads turkman Beshir Prayer rug, Middle Amu Darya region, mid-19th century, Central Asia. Christopher Emmet collection

To coincide with New York’s Asia Week, Peter Pap will showcase 75 selected antique oriental rugs, at a venue still to be announced from March 2014

Turkish - Prayer Rug with Floral and Ornamental Designs - early 16th century

Prayer Rug with Floral and Ornamental Designs.The design of this Ottoman rug depicts a beautiful floral pattern with blossoms and leaves; the main border displays medallions with tulips and hyacinths

Caucasian Kazak Lori Pambak - Late 19th Century

Lot Lori Pambak, Southwest Caucasus, c. 230 x 156 cm, end of the century. Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestries at Dorotheum 16 September 2014

Yuruk Prayer Rug, circa1875 Kagizman, (perhaps Sivas). Intact, no major repair, a powerful totemic piece with exceptioanal color.

Yuruk Prayer Rug, Kagizman, (perhaps Sivas). Intact, no major repair, a powerful totemic piece with exceptioanal color.

Africa | Carpet from Cairo, Egypt | Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), ca. 1550 | Wool (warp, weft, and pile); asymmetrically knotted pile

Carpet Date: ca. 1550 Geography: Egypt, Cairo Medium: Wool (warp, weft and pile); asymmetrically knotted pile Dimensions: Textile: H. 79 in. 48 in. cm) Mount: H.

‘Transylvanian’ Double-niche rug, West Anatolia, second half 17th century, 123cm x 178cm, approx.

A so-called TRANSYLVANIAN rug of the 'double niche' type, Woven in northwestern Anatolia., second half of century. Wool pile on a wool foundation, 123 x approx.

ALADAĞ (mountainous region in the north of the Adana province) rug, 18th century.  145 x 285 cm.

ALADAĞ (mountainous region in the north of the Adana province) rug, century. 145 x 285 cm.

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