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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

Size: 111x165cm
Warp: wool, Z2S, ivory, lower warp ends dyed red, upper warp ends dyed ochre (some of them dyed red), altemate warps (left ones) slightly depressed;
Weft: wool, 1Z, red-brown (Rubia tinctorum L. + Reseda luteola L/Salvia triloba L.), 2 shoots;
Ends: 3-4 cm of 1Z ochre wool kilim;
Sides; four cords with 4 warps, wool, 1Z, ochre;
Pile: wool, 1Z, five colours: red (Rubia tinctorum L.), ochre, blue 2 (indigo), brown (Reseda luteola L.?);
Knots: ghiordes, horizontal: ca. 21/10 cm, vertical: ca. 23/10 cm, ca. 483/dm2.
'Field: on a red ground "Lotto" pattern in yellow, according to Ch.G.Ellis in "Kilim style";
Border: in a wide, blue main stripe row of cartouches.
Condition: worn, enas and sides partly rewoven.
Published: Ellis 1975 p. 22. fig. 5.; Gombos 1979 cat. no. 154.; Batari 1986/c cat. no. 12. ill. 12.; Batari 1986/f cat. no. 14.
Batári Ferenc: Oszmán-török szőnyegek. Az Iparművészeti Múzeum gyűjteményei I. Iparművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 1994. - Nr. 17.