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"Lotto" carpet, second half XVI century, ornamented style, Western Turkey, Ushak Region, Ottoman Empire. Published in Hali Magazine, 42.
160-165x289cm. Formerly Aita Collection.

John Taylor, in his website provides detailed information about the rug: "..first sold at Lefevre`s on 16 May 1975 for 11,500 pounds Sterling. It sold at the Aita sale, Christies London, on 18 October 2001, for $117,090. Last seen with Moshe Tabibnia."



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