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Lot No. 70

Northwest Anatolia (Turkey), approx. 170 x 151 cm, 18th/19th century, a very early village carpet, in need of restoration, with 4 x 1 arrangement, similar to the Caucasian Karatchoph carpets, the pattern likely originates from Mamluk carpets, all ends and side edges reduced, some bare areas and old darned areas. (MA) Lit.: Kurt Zipper und Claudia Fritzsche, Battenberg Antiquitäten- Kataloge, Orientteppiche, Vol. 3: Anatolische Teppiche, Plate 18; TKF, Antike Anatolische Teppiche, Aus Österreichischem Privatbesitz, Plate: 24;

Specialist: Wolfgang Matschek
estimate EUR 1.500,- to 2.400,-
USD 1.950,- to 3.150,-*

Online Catalogue: Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestry - 26.09.2012
Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestry
Auction Date: 26.09.2012 - 14:00
Location: Palais Dorotheum