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"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.


knot density: 840 knots / dm2  (28 horizontal x 30 horizontal)
length: 176 cm
width: 113 cm



Emese Pásztor: Ottoman-Turkish carpets from the collection of the Museum of Applied Arts. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, 2007. - No. 8

Batári Ferenc: Ottoman-Turkish carpets. Collections of the Museum of Applied Arts I. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, 1994 - Nr. 9

Pál Miklós: Collections of the Museum of Applied Arts. Hungarian Helikon, Budapest, 1979. -

Szerk.: Pásztor Emese: Oszmán-török szőnyegek az Iparművészeti Múzeum gyűjteményéből. Iparművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 2007. - Nr. 8.

Szerk.: Batári Ferenc: Oszmán-török szőnyegek. Az Iparművészeti Múzeum gyűjteményei I. Iparművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 1994. - Nr. 9.

Szerk.: Miklós Pál: Az Iparművészeti Múzeum gyűjteményei. Magyar Helikon, Budapest, 1979. -