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WEST ANATOLIAN LOTTO CARPETS (USHAK, TURKEY)

 


"Lotto" Carpet, 16th century, Turkey
Rogers Fund, 1908 (08.167.1)
New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Lotto" Arabesque rug with kufesque border, Anatolia, 16th century. published MILESTONES IN THE HISTORY OF CARPETS by JON THOMPSON. Moshe Tabibnia Collection, Milan 2006




Anatolian "Lotto" rug fragment, Western Turkey, probably Ushak Region, late 15th - early 16th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Joseph V. McMullan Collection)


"Lotto" carpet, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Samuel S. White 3rd and Vera White Collection, 1967

"Lotto" Ushak carpet in a Kufic border, 1500-1550, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Joseph Lees Williams Memorial Collection. Inv. Number: 1955-65-9

"Lotto" carpet, early 16th century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Philadelphia Museum of Art. The John D. McIlhenny Collection, 1943. Accession Number: 1943-40-68

XVI century Turkish rug with a so called ""Lotto" design, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Eskenazi Collection. Formerly Wildenstein Collection.



"Lotto" rug fragment, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum fur Islamische Kunst), inventory no: 1875.224

"Lotto" rug fragment, 1500s, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: 155-1908

"Lotto" rug with Kufic border, XVI-XVII centuries, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: 904-1897. Purchased from Giuseppe Salvadori in Florence
   

 

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet with a kufic border, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Philadelphia Museum of Art. John G. Johnson Collection, 1917. Accession Number: Cat. 1159

"Lotto" rug, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: 903-1897. Formerly belonged to Giuseppe Salvadori in Florence
   

 

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Art), Budapest, Inventory number: 19924. Provenance: acquired from Ledács Kiss Aladár collection, Budapest, 1944.

"Lotto" rug fragment, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 2008.45.1  Size: 20 x 125 cm
   

 

 

 

 

 
"Lotto" Carpet, late XVI century, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Provenance: Private collection, Rome (until 1977); sale, Lefevre & Partners, London, November 25, 1977

"Lotto" rug, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. David Halevim Collection. 172x315cm

"Lotto" carpet, XIX century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region. Dorotheum, 27.10.11



"Lotto" carpet, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Published "Il Tappeto Orientale Dal XV al XVIII secolo", Eskenazi, Montenapoleone, Milano, 1982

"Lotto" rug fragment, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Christie's, 14 October 1999 Lot 139
   

"Lotto" Carpet, ca 1600, The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Provenance: James F. Ballard, St. Louis, MO (until 1922; gifted to MMA)

"Lotto" carpet, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Private Collection, Italy. Published in LaTorre "Eccellenza-Classe" by Alberto Boralevi

"Lotto" rug fragment, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 2008.43.1

"Lotto" rug, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. Gift of Hans Calwer (Stuttgart). 190x355cm

The Sion Lotto Rug, West Anatolia, late 16th or early 17th century, 1.08 X 1.36m (3'7" x 4'6"). Cathedral of St. Catherine, Sion, Switzerland

"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (McMullan Collection)

"Lotto" carpet, mid XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. formerly Kund Collection, Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Art), Budapest, Inventory number: 93.33.1
 

"Lotto" Ushak carpet, second half XVII century, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 80.288.1. Provenance: Legacy of Dr. Ferenc Papolczy and Dr. Magda Polanyi, Budapest, 1980.

"Lotto" Ushak carpet, second XVII century, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 8521. acquired from Count Sandor Teleki collection

"Lotto" carpet, second half XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 24.461. Formerly Emil Delmar collection

Western Anatolian Turkish "Lotto" rug, second half XVII century, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 51.122.1

"Lotto" rug ( "ornamental-style arabesque"), second half XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 14781

"Lotto" carpet with a cartouche border, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. John G. Johnson Collection, 1917. Johnson purchased it from Julius Böhler, in Munich, August 13, 1912.

"Lotto" carpet, late XVII century, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Private Collection
 

 

 

 

 


Western Anatolian "Lotto" village rug, mid 16th century or later.  Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst (Austrian Museum of Applied Art), Vienna, Austria. Purchased in Romania in 1908. Georg Mayer
     

 

 

 

 

 


"Lotto" Arabesque rug with cartouche border, Anatolia, 16th century. published MILESTONES IN THE HISTORY OF CARPETS by JON THOMPSON. Moshe Tabibnia Collection, Milan 2006

"Lotto" carpet, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Museo Bardini, Florence
   

 

 

 


Anatolian "Lotto" village rug, late 16th century

Ushak "Arabesque" carpet, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Musée Jacquemart-André, inventory number 1019. 270x360cm. "Ornamented" style. Published in Hali Magazine, no:47
   

 

 

 


Western Anatolian Turkish "Lotto" rug, Ushak area, early XVII century, Ottoman Period. Hungarian National Museum

Lotto Carpet. 17th century. Saint Louis Art Museum

"Lotto" rug, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Formerly Hirth Collection, later in Moshe Tabibnia Collection

"Lotto" rug (so called "kilim style"), XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Art), Budapest, inv. no: 14433. Formerly Count Pál Teleki Collection; acquired from Emil Sigerus Collection, Nagyszeben (Sibu), 1917.

"Lotto" rug fragment (so called "kilim style"), first half XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Art), Budapest, inv. no: 14432. Acquired from Emil Sigerus Collection, Nagyszeben (Sibu), 1917.

"Lotto" carpet, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Major Autumn Auction, 01. December 2007. Rippon Boswell & Co. International Auctioneers of Rare Carpets & Textiles. Sold for 50 000 eruos

"Lotto" carpet, kilim style, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Published in Hali Magazine, 1984, v6, no 2
 

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet, second half XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak, Ottoman Empire. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul, inv. no: 702

"Lotto" carpet with a cloudband motif border, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Joseph Lees Williams Memorial Collection,
Accession Number: 1955-65-10

"Lotto" carpet with a cloudband motif border, late XVI century, Western Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of the Sharples family in memory of Philip M. Sharples, accession Number: 1948-83-2
 

"Lotto" carpet, late XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. 179x270cm. published in Hali Magazine. Yves Mikaeloff Collection, Paris

"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Published in Hali 32. Formerly Alexander Juran's collection, later with Franz Sailor
   


"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Galerie Sailer (Franz Sailer), 120x161cm


"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. "Kilim" style. 117x152cm. Private Collection, Austria. Published in Hali 42

A "LOTTO" RUG WEST ANATOLIA, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY
Christie's Sale 6897 Oriental rugs and carpets 29 April 2004, London, King Street


"Lotto" carpet, mid XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest, Inventory number: 7969

"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. 142x168cm. Hans Eitzenberger Collection, Hamburg, Germany
     

 

 

 

 


Anatolian "Lotto" village rug, 17th century. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul

A blue ground "Lotto" rug, Anatolia, late 17th century. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul, published at Serare Yetkin's Turk Hali Sanati

McMullan blue "Lotto" rug, ca. 1700, Western Turkey, Ushak Region. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Accession Number: 1972.80.8
 

 

 


 


Anatolian "Lotto" village rug, 17th century. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul. discovered at Divriği Ulu Mosque, Sivas Province.

"Lotto" rug (variant), ca. 1700-1800, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. McMullan Collection. Accession Number: 1972.80.9
   

 

 

 


"Lotto" Arabesque rug with "arrowheads" border, Anatolia, 16th century. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul

Lotto-Ushak rug, acquired from Dr. Ulrich Schürmann in 1971. now Bausback Collection

"Lotto" rug fragment, Western Turkey, XVI century. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


"Lotto" carpet, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Eskenazi Collection, published in Hali Magazine no:33


"Lotto" rug fragment with four arrow border, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: 156-1908
     

 

 

 


"Lotto" rug, Anatolia, late 17th century. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul
     

 

 

 


Anatolian "Lotto" village rug, c 1700. Fine Oriental Rugs II by Austria Auction Company
Lot 0029 in Fine Oriental Rugs II
by Austria Auction Company

"Lotto" carpet, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Art), Budapest, Inventory number: 14430. Provenance: acquired from Emil Sigerus, Nagyszeb, in 1917

"Lotto" carpet, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire

"Lotto" carpet, first half XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest, Inventory number: 7970 (or 51.121.1)

"Lotto" rug, beginning of XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 93.114.1

"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Detroit Institute of Arts, inventory no: 70.926


"Lotto" rug, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Galerie Sailor, Salzburg, 107x176cm
 

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet with the coat-of-arms of the Doria and Centurione, late 19th-early 20th century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
     

 

 

 


Western Anatolian Turkish carpet, XVII century, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Le Chesnay Enchères, Drouot, 12/10/2016
     

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. 122x188cm. Paulette Goddard/Remarque; Herrmann; Bausback Collections
     

 

 

 


"Lotto" rug fragment, XVII century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Iparmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Applied Arts), Budapest. Inventory number: 2008.46.1
     

 

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet, ornamented style, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Published in Hali Magazine, 42. 160x289cm. Formerly Aita Collection

"Lotto" carpet, ornamented style, 16th century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. published in Hali Magazine 42 and Eberhart Herrmann's Seltene Orientteppiche II catalogue. 228x383cm. Lefevre & Partners, London, april 1979, lot 19
   

 

 

 


"Lotto" carpet fragment, XVI century, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum fur Islamische Kunst), inventory no: 1882.707

"Lotto" rug, Turkey. Published in Oriental Carpets by Volkmar Gantzhorn, plate 405. Private Collection, New York. 129x152cm

"Lotto" Ushak rug fragment, XVI century. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: 158-1908

Green "Lotto" Ushak carpet fragment, XVI-XVII centuries. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: CIRC.153-1920

"Lotto" Ushak carpet, 1500-1600. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inventory no: T.348-1920. Purchased from Harold Wallis.