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ANTIQUE LADIK RUGS (SARAYÖNÜ, KONYA REGION, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, TURKEY) 

 


17th century Turkish prayer rug,  Konya/Ladik District. Konya Ethnographic Museum (no: 1788)

Early Konya prayer rug, Central Anatolia (Ladik, Sarayönü), Turkey. Date: 17th–18th century. Gift from the Collection of Hillary Black Dumas and Dr. D. Gilbert Dumas, 2009. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gebetsteppich aus Ladik, Nord-Zentralanatolien, Beginn 19. Jahrhundert, Hans Purrmann

Antique Ladik rug, Sarayönü, Konya Region, Central Anatolia, Turkey, c1800. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Six columned prayer rug, Ladik, Turkey, 17th century, Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum), Budapest
     

Antique Ladik prayer rug with the coupled columns | The Christopher Alexander Collection

The Christopher Alexander Collection Konya Tulip rug

Central Anatolian rug with Ottoman tulips, Dennis Dodds Collection

Antique Ladik prayer rug, Sarayönü, Konya Region, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 17th century. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

Antique Ladik prayer rug, Sarayönü, Konya Region, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 18th century. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography

Antique Ladik prayer rug in an ivory ground, Sarayönü, Konya Region, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 1800s. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography

Ladik prayer rug, 18th century, Central Anatolia, Turkey. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul. found at the Sherafeddin (Şerafettin) Mosque, Konya

Column Ladik, Acquired from Dr.Ulrich Schürmann in 1970, 150 x 102 cm, 17th century, Highlands of Anatolia, Turkey, Provenance Ulrich Schürmann, “Teppiche aus dem Orient”, 1981 page 70.