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Rippon Boswell & Co. International Auctioneers of Rare Carpets & Textiles
Major Spring Auction
Auction date: Saturday 29. May 2010

Lot: 125
Bergama A small, brown-ground, almost square Bergama showing a double niche design, a blue central medallion decorated with flowers and tree forms in the blue corners. In the white-ground border, hexagons have been placed in between formations of small triangles. The design goes back to models of the „Transylvanian“ type. The warps have been dyed red. Original finishes all around, low pile, several repiled areas.
North West Anatolia
136 x 130 cm
Mid 19th century
4.200,00 €
DIMAND, MAURICE S., The Ballard Collection of Oriental Rugs in the City Art Museum of St. Louis. St. Louis 1935, pl. 29