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OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)

 


16th century Anatolian Turkish rug, no 79.110, 123x182cm, Museum fur Islamische Kunst, Berlin


Anatolian rug with 'Holbein' medallions, 15-16th century, Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul. found at Kurşunlu Camii (built by Şeyh Baba Yusuf in 1492), Sivrihisar, Eskişehir

16th century Anatolian Turkish rug. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul (700). found at Kurşunlu Camii (built by Şeyh Baba Yusuf in 1492), Sivrihisar, Eskişehir
 

Anatolian rug, 16th century,  Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Germany (no.I.29, 113x170cm)

Turkish rug fragment with large Holbein pattern, 16th century. Kent Costikyan Collection. It was exhibited at the 1926 Chicago Exhibition
   

Turkish rug, 16-17th centuries, pricate collection

XVII century Western Anatolian rug (Bergama?). Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (420). Discovered in Kebir Mosque, Biga, Çanakkale.

Turkish rug fragment, 16th century. formerly Christopher Alexander Collection
 

Turkish rug, 17th century, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, size: 135x185cm, no: 1975-147
 
An East Anatolian rug with the large Holbein pattern, 16th century, Christies
 

Early large pattern Holbein carpet, 15-16h centuries, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Christopher Alexander Collection, USA


Turkish rug fragment, 16th century. found at Divrigi mosque, Vakiflar Museum

XVII century Central Anatolian rug with a large Holbein pattern. This fragment is in Berlin,purchased in 1904, dated by Dr.Spuhler to the 19th century


XVII century (?) Central Anatolian rug with a large Holbein pattern. sold at Lefevre (October 1979)

Turkish rug, 16th century, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, size: 135x185cm, no: 1975-147

Large pattern Holbein rug, late 16th century, Christie's SALE 7960 —
ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS INCLUDING TURKMEN WEAVINGS FROM THE COLLECTION OF ERIK RISMAN
5 April 2011


XVII century (?) Anatolian rug with a large Holbein pattern. published by Ledacs (Budapest)

XVI-XVII century Anatolian rug with a large Holbein pattern and Crivelli type medallion. Kircheim, Orient Stars Collection


17-18th century Anatolian village prayer rug with a stylized large Holbein pattern
 
Early Anatolian Turkish rug with a large "Holbein" pattern, 16th century. Vakiflar Museum (or TIEM), Istanbul. found at Alaaddin Keykubad mosque in Konya
 

A Turkish rug with the large "Holbein" pattern, 16th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul

Bergama – Uşak rug with "Holbein" type medallions. 16th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (468)
 

Early Anatolian Turkish rug with a large "Holbein" pattern, early 16th centuries. Vakiflar Museum (or TIEM), Istanbul
 
 
17-18th century Anatolian Carpet, Turkey. Detroit Institute of Arts

17th-18th century Turkish rug with a large pattern Holbein design, Alberto Boralevi, Italy

Large pattern Holbein design Turkish rug, (~17th century), Alanya Museum (no:411), Turkey

Turkish rug fragment with a large pattern Holbein design, Kircheim, Orient Stars Collection

‘Holbein’ variant design rug, Anatolia, 16th century, 1.32 x 2.05m (4'4" x 6'9"). published MILESTONES IN THE HISTORY OF CARPETS by JON THOMPSON. Moshe Tabibnia Collection, Milan 2006

Anatolian Turkish rug with "Holbein" medallions, 17th century. TIEM,  published at "Turkish Handwoven Carpets"

Large pattern Holbein rug, late XVII century, TIEM, Istanbul. published at Serare Yetkin's Turk Hali Sanati

XVII-XVIII century Bergama village carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul, published at Serare Yetkin's Turk Hali Sanati

A TWO PANEL "HOLBEIN" RUG
CENTRAL ANATOLIA, 17TH CENTURY
Price Realized  Ł54,500 ($107,529)
Christies SALE 7572, ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS, 10 April 2008, London, King Street
  

XVI century Anatolian rug with Holbein medallions, Found in the Seyh Baba Yusuf Mosque, Sivrihisar, Eskishehir. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul

Volkmann Bergama rug with archaic inherited motifs,
Christies SALE 1519
ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS
8 April 2014

Early Anatolian rug, early 1600s, published in "A Forshadowing of 21st Century Art", New York, 1993, on page 237. Christopher Alexander collection.

Western Anatolian carpet, 17th century, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Museum, Ankara, 30x40dm, 125x150cm
 

 

 

 


XVI-XVII century Bergama village carpet fragment, Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul, published at Serare Yetkin's Turk Hali Sanati

17th century Western Anatolian Turkish rug, Vakiflar Carpet Museum

17th century rug fragment. Western Anatolia. İslam Sanatları Sergisi Kataloğu N:5

Anatolian village rug, 17th century. Konya Ethnographic Museum, Turkey

 

 

 


'Bellini' re-entrant prayer rug, Anatolia or Caucasus, late 15th century, 115x147cm, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK. inv. no: T135-1911

Topkapi 'Bellini' Re-entrant Prayer Rug", late 15th or early 16th century, 125x192cm. Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul, inv. no. 13/2043. 
published R.E. Mack "From Bazar to Piazza", p.83

Bellini' style re-entrant prayer carpet, Western Anatolia, 16th century, 124x170cm, Museum für Islamische Kunst. Berlin, inv. no: 87.1368

The Wher "Bellini" type re-entry carpet, first half XVI century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), early Ottoman Period, Christie's Sale 6423

Bellini type re-entry carpet, XVI century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Period. Philadelphia Museum of Art


Ballard
'Bellini' carpet, XVI century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (inv. no 22.100.114)

Ballard 'Bellini' carpet, XVI century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (inv. no: 22.100.109)

Keyhole Design Rug, West Anatolia, late 15th or early 16th century, 1.28 (or 1.38) x 2.27m (4'2" x 7' 5"). Cathedral of St. Catherine, Sion, Switzerland

XVII century Ottoman prayer rug / namazlik, Central Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (844)

Bellini keyhole carpet, 16th century, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. 115 x 155 cm, Museum of Islamic Art, Berlin, inv. no. I.6930

'Bellini' re-entrant carpet, XVI-XVII century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

'Bellini' re-entrant carpet, XVI-XVII century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

'Bellini' re-entrant carpet, XVI-XVII century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Empire. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

Early Ottoman Turkish prayer rug, 16th centur
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Bellini carpet, Western Anatolia (Bergama?), late 17th century, 7'x5'1", Courtesy of the Saint Louis Art Museum. Gift of James F. Ballard

'Bellini' carpet, XVII century, Western Anatolia, Ottoman Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (inv. no 22.100.89). Provenance
James F. Ballard, St. Louis, MO (until 1922; gifted to MMA)
 


Double-Niche Carpet Turkey, Anatolia, Ushak region, 1650-1750 Los Angeles County Museum of Art


Bellini type re-entry keyhole carpet, XVI century, Ushak, Turkey (Western Anatolia), early Ottoman Period. Christies SALE 6630




Anatolian Re-Entrant prayer rug fragment, 16th century, James Cohen
 

Bellini type Ushak re-entry carpet, XVII century, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Period. TIEM?

Saschiz (German: Keisd) Bellini rug fragment, Transylvania, Mureş County, Romania
   

 

 

 

 


15-16th century rug fragment. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. İslam Sanatları Sergisi Kataloğu N:8

Konya Mevlana Museum rug with so called "Memling" Güls, XVI (16th) century. Turkey, possibly Çanakkale. inventory no: 859.

An early Turkish rug which was sold to the Berlin Museum by Julius-Harry Loytved in the early 20th century.

15-16th century Anatolian rug fragment with animal figures and kilim features in offset knotting. Central Anatolia (?), Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Berlin - Museum of Islamic Arts (Inv. No. 88.12)

Anatolian rug fragment, XVII-XVIII century, published at 'Antique Rugs of Kurdistan – A Historical Legacy of Woven Art'

Anatolian rug fragment, XVII-XVIII century, published at Erdmann, K., Seven Hundred Years of Oriental Rugs, London, 1970, p.121. TIEM, inv. no: 291. 108x227cm

XVII century Anatolian village rug fragment, published Orient Stars. A carpet collection Hardcover by Heinrich Kirchheim, plate 216
 

Anatolian village rug fragment, 16th century. Konya Ethnographic Museum, Turkey

 

17th century Bergama rug with Memling Gul motifs, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: 290 acquired from the Çarşamba Mehmet Ağa Camii

Anatolian carpet in a blue ground, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian rug in a blue ground, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

XVI century Anatolian rug with phoenix motif inside the octagonal medallions, published at Hali Magazine 86

Anatolian village rug with a latticed field, 17th century. Konya Ethnographic Museum, Turkey

XVII century Eastern Anatolian carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: 169. published as Plate 59 in Nazan Ölçer's "Turkish Carpets from the 13th-18th Centuries"

Anatolian rug fragments, XVI century. Sothebys Sale: N08258 | Location: New York 14 Dec 06

Heinrich Kirchheim's “Orient Stars” Plate no: 213 Camel Ground rug with Blue-Black Border Corner Fragment Anatolia early 16th century


Anatolian Turkish rug represents a depicting of a sheepskin, 17th century

Early Anatolian Turkish rug represents a depicting of a sheepskin, 16th century. Vakiflar Museum (or TIEM), Istanbul


Anatolian Turkish rug represents a depicting of a sheepskin, 1600s. John Mill
 

 

 

 


Anatolian carpet with cloudband motifs, 1600s, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

16-17th century Manisa/Kula carpet, Western Anatolia, Vakiflar Carpet Museum in Istanbul, inv. no: A134

XVI century Ottoman wool carpet, sold at Sotheby's NY sale 6518, December 16, 1993, lot 81. formerly Thompson Collection


Anatolian rug with 'cloudband' motifs, 17th century, Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul

West Anatolian Carpet in a black-brown field shows a repeat drawn in a geometric style, 17th century

XVI century Ushak rug fragment, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum fur Islamische Kunst)

16th century Anatolian rug fragment from the Kircheim Collection

Anatolian rug, 16th century, published at Walter Denny «Anatolian Carpets» 


XVII century Turkish village rug fragment, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul (or Vakiflar?)

XVII century Ottoman Ushak carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

late 17th century Anatolian village rug, Vakiflar Museum, discovered at Divriği Ulu Mosque, Sivas province. published in Vakiflar Catalogue, plate no: 67

XVII century Western Anatolian village carpet, Konya Mevlana Museum (inv no: 797)

Bernheimer Bergama rug, late 17th century, Christies Sale 7960 Oriental Rugs and Carpets Including Turkmen Weavings From The Collection of Erik Risman 5 April 2011

Anatolian Turkish rug, c 1600. Vakiflar Müzesi, Istanbul, published Vakiflar Catalogue plate 47 (discovered at Divrigi Ulu Mosque)
 

Teppich mit großen Wolkenbändern. Nordwest-Anatolien, Gebiet von Ushak?, 16./17. Jahrhundert. Hans Purrmann

Anatolian village rug, 17th century, published Hali Magazine, 34

A fragment of a 17th-century Anatolian rug, Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum in Istanbul, via Hali spring 200
7

Western Anatolian rug, 17th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, no: 254

Anatolian Turkish rug, XVII century. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, published by Aslanapa, 1000 Years of Turkish Weaving
 

 

 

 

 


Double Niche Ushak Prayer rug, 16th century, Western Anatolia, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Christies SALE 1116 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS 23 April 2013


Double Niche Ushak Prayer rug, 16th century, Western Anatolia, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Christie's SALE 7988 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS 4 October 2011
(sold $279,850)

Double Niche Prayer rug, 16th century, Anatolia, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. published Jon Thompson, 'Milestones in the History of Carpets', plate no:9

A late 16th century small medallion Oushak rug, Sothebys December 11, 1991

16th century Oushak Small Medallion rug from the Collection of Rudolf Martin | Sotheby's Arts of the Islamic World London | 7 Oct 2009

Small medallion Ushak rug, 17th century. Joseph Lees Williams Collection. Philadelphia Museum of Art. inv. no: 55-65-18

McMullan Ushak Small Medallion rug, 17th century. Joseph V. McMullan Collection. 1974.149.11, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Western Anatolian small medallion rug, XVII c, NERS

Jamgotchian Ushak Small Medallion rug, 17th century, 07.116, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Double niche Ushak rug, acquired from Reinisch, 16th century, Ushak, Bausback Collection

   

De Beaucorps small medallion Ushak rug, West Anatolia, Ottoman Empire, late16th century. Musée Historique des Tissus in Lyon

A small medallion Ushak rug, West Anatolia, Ottoman Empire, 16th century. TIEM?

Western Turkey Double Niche prayer rug, XVI century. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum für Islamische Kunst)

Small medallion Ushak rug, 17th century, John D.McIlhenny Collection. Philadelphia Museum of Art. inv. no: 43-40-60

Small medallion Ushak rug, 17th century. Joseph Lees Williams Collection. Philadelphia Museum of Art. inv. no: 55-65-17

A small medallion Ushak rug, SALE 2060 Christies ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS 8 December 2008, Price Realized $158,500


A Small Medallion Ushak Rug, West Anatolia, First Half 16th Century, Christies SALE 1556, ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS, 7 October 2014

Double Niche Ushak rug, Rippon Boswell May 2011, Lot 237

Sotheby's Arts of The Islamic World London | 25 Apr 2012, LOT 690 A `Small Medallion' Oushak Rug, West Anatolia

Anatolian Ushak rug, 17th century, John D.McIlhenny Collection. Philadelphia Museum of Art. inv. no: 43-40-59

Doppelnischen-Ushak, Nordwest-Anatolien, 17. Jahrhundert, Hans Purrmann

Small medallion Ushak rug, 17th century, John D.McIlhenny Collection. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum fur Islamische Kunst). inv. no: 1.9/60

Ballard Ushak Small Medallion rug, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 22.100.111

McMullan Ushak Small Medallion rug, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York(1974.149.10)

Double Niche Ushak Prayer rug, late 16th century, Western Anatolia, Turkey, Ottoman Empire
 

Small medallion Ushak rug, 17th century. Museo Bardini, Florence. inv. no: 399

Small medallion Ushak rug, late17-early 18th century. Henry Francis DuPont Winterthur Museum (54.62.1A)
   

Double niche Anatolian rug, XVII century. Nagel Auction, March, 2012. sold for €93,100

Tabibnia Western Anatolian rug, Ottoman Empire, XVII century. sold  at Christies on 17 October 2002, for $120 165 (Hali 126-132)

A Central Anatolian (Konya) rug, Ottoman Empire, XVII century. published in "A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art", by Christopher Alexander

A rare Anatolian rug, 17th century, sold for 11760 pounds in April 2006 at Bonhams. 109x194cm

A West Anatolian (Ushak) rug, Ottoman Empire, published in "A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art", by Christopher Alexander

Western Anatolian Ushak small medallion rug, Ottoman Empire, XVII century

Anatolian rug, Ottoman Empire, 1650-1750. published in "Carpets of The Vakiflar Museum Istanbul" by B.Balpinar & Hirsch, plate 28. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian carpet, XVII century. Aksaray Ulu Camii

 

 

 

 


XVII century Ottoman prayer rug / namazlik, Central Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (846)

Anatolian rug, 16-17th century, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul. found at Divrigi, Sivas (Ulu Cami)

Anatolian rug with a shield medallion, XVII century, Zaleski Collection

XVII century Anatolian "shield" medallion carpet, Vakiflar Museum

Anatolian shield-medallion village rug, 17-18th centuries, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Carpet Museum, Istanbul

Double-Niche Carpet Turkey, Anatolia, Konya region, 1650-1750 Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Anatolian shield medallion rug, 17-18th centuries, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian shield carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

 

 

 

 


"Karapinar" rug, 16th century, sold at Brunk Auctions in Asheville, North Carolina in 31 May, 2003 (lot no:57). Sold for $297,000. Moshe Tabibnia Collection, Milano, Italy

Ushak "Karapinar" carpet fragment, 16th century, Ottoman Empire

"Karapinar"  rug, Anatolia, 17th century, Rippon Boswell & Co. International Auctioneers of Rare Carpets & Textiles, Spring 2003 sale, 17th May 2003 (lot: 71)

"Karapinar"  rug, Anatolia, 17th century, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum für Islamische Kunst)

XVII century Karapinar carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Central Anatolian carpet, 1600s, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

early XVII century (1600s) Karapinar medallion rug, Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul
 

Anatolian (or Caucasian) carpet, published by Heinrich Jacoby, Eine Sammlung Orientalischer Teppiche, Leipzig, 1922. Ballard Collection

The Cantoni "Karapinar"  rug, Anatolia, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Karapinar rug, Central Anatolia, Ottoman Empire, XVII century | Christies SALE 6715 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS

The Sailer Karapinar carpet, XVII-XVIII century Sotheby's Fine Rugs & Carpets including Islamic Textiles Olympia | 16 Oct 2002

Medallion rug, Anatolia, 17th century, found in the Alaaddin ('Ala' al-Din) Mosque in Konya

Animal rug, Central Anatolia, published by Christopher Alexander, "A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art", New York and Oxford, 1993

Animal rug, Central Anatolia, Christopher Alexander Collection, Berkeley

Karapinar carpet fragments, XVI-XVII century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Location: Konya Mevlana Museum (the mausoleum of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi)

16th century Anatolian village rug with animal and bird motives, Vakiflar Carpet Museum
     

Anatolian rug, 16th century, published at Orient Stars. A carpet collection 1993, by Heinrich Kirchheim, plate: 201

Anatolian rug, 16-17th century, published at Die Orientteppiche im Museum fur Islamische Kunst Berlin, by Friedrich Spuhler. plate: 23

Central Anatolian village rug, Karapinar, 16-17th century, Christopher Alexander Collection, Berkeley

XVII century medallion rug fragment, Vakiflar Museum, inv. no: A-65. Published by Balpinar and Hirsch, Carpets of the Vakiflar Museum Istanbul, Wesel, 1988, Plate 32.

Central Anatolian rug, XVII-XVIII century, Ottoman Empire. published by Christopher Alexander, "A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art", New York and Oxford, 1993

Anatolian village rug, XVII century, Ottoman Empire. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi

XVII century Karapinar medallion rug, Anatolia. Wher Collection (sold at the Bernheimer sale on 14 February 1996 (Lot 130) for $95 480 (Hali 86, page 131)

A Central Anatolian rug, possibly Karaman District. XVII century

Karapinar carpet fragment, XVI-XVII century, the mausoleum of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi

Anatolian rug fragment, Grogan & Company Fine Art Auctioneers, January 12 2009, 17th/18th century ESTIMATE: $7,000 - $10,000



Anatolian village medallion rug, XVI century, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

XVII century Anatolian village rug fragment, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

XVII century Konya village rug fragment, Jack Cassin Collection

XVI century Anatolian village rug, . Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul
 

Anatolian village rug, 17th century

Karapinar floral rug, XVII-XVIII centuries, Ottoman Empire. Dennis Dodds Collection

Central Anatolian carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Central Anatolian carpet fragment, 1600s, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Alberto Levi Karapinar rug

XVII century Karapinar village rug, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: E22, published as Plate 91 in Turkish Carpets from the 13th-18th Centuries

Anatolian rug, 16th-17th centuries, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. published Jon Thompson, 'Milestones in the History of Carpets', plate no:11

Anatolian village rug, XVII century, Ottoman Empire. Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts)

XVII century Turkish rug, Anatolia. Eskenazi Collection (published Hali 43)

XVI century Turkish medallion rug, Anatolia. Published by Eberhart Herrmann, Munich

16th century Western Anatolian Turkish rug, Vakiflar Carpet Museum, inv. no: E7. 141x232cm (33x41)
     

 

 

 


Anatolian medallion rug, XVII century, Ottoman Empire. Türk ve İslam Eserlesi Müzesi, İstanbul

XVII century Anatolian medallion carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian medallion carpet, Konya Mevlana Museum
 

Vakiflar Museum Turkish village rug, XVII century, published at Orient Stars. A carpet collection 1993, by Heinrich (Michael Franses) Kirchheim, plate: 30

17th century Ottoman medallion rug. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul (849)

XVII century Anatolian carpet fragment, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul
 

Anatolian Turkish rug, 17th century. Vakiflar Museum (E3), 136x165cm
 
XVII century Ottoman prayer rug / namazlik, Central Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (844)

XVII century Ottoman prayer rug / namazlik, Central Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (843)

Anatolian rug, 16th century. 212x135, Heinrich Kirchheim, Orient Stars, page 237

Anatolian medallion carpet, Western Turkey, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul. inventory no: A119. Size: 167x213cm. (33X33dm)

17th century Ottoman medallion rug. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul (850)
 

Anatolian village rug, “Black Church” Collection, Brashova, Romania

Anatolian village rug, XVII century, published at Orient Stars. A carpet collection 1993, by Heinrich (Michael Franses) Kirchheim
   

Anatolian rug. late XVII-early XVIII century, Ankara Vakiflar Muzesi

A Ghirlandaio rug, Western Anatolia, 17th century

Anatolian village rug. late XVII-early XVIII century, Ankara Vakiflar Muzesi
 

 


 


XVII century Ottoman carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: E110. published by Balpinar and Hirsch plate 49

17th century Ottoman rug. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul (851)

Anatolian Turkish rug, XVII-XVIII century. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (inv. no: 89-286), Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, published by F. Spuhler
 

Ushak-Smyrna medallion carpet, late 17th-early18th century, Vakiflar Museum (inv.no:21), Istanbul. found at the Edirne Eski Camii

Western Anatolian large medallion carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul
   

Ushak carpet, West Anatolia, 16th century; 1.03 X 1.08m (3' 5" X 6' 10"). Cathedral of St. Catherine, Sion, Switzerland

Anatolian rug, 16-17th centuries. TIEM, Istanbul

Late 17th century Turkish carpet, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

XVII century Anatolian carpet, exhibited at Textile Museum, Washington

The Davide Halevim 16th century Ushak rug, Christies ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS| 23 April 2013 London

17th century Anatolian carpet fragment, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Credit Line: Gift of Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf Foundation, 1990, Accession Number: 1990.169

early 16th century Ottoman rug, Turkey. James F. Ballard Collection. Currently, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 

Chessboard group carpet, Damasuc or Eastern Anatolia, 16th century
 

17th century Turkish carpet, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Gift of Joseph V. McMullan, 1972

Ottoman floral carpet, XVII century. Moshe Tabibnia Collection, Italy
   

 


 


Anatolian prayer rug / "sajjadeh", 16-17th centuries, Ottoman Turkey. the National Museum – the Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures, Prague, Czech Republic

Anatolian prayer rug, Christopher Andrews Collection

Von Wilhelm von Bode Ushak prayer carpet, XVII century

Ushak prayer carpet, XVII century. De Calatchi Collection

16th century Istanbul prayer rug / namazlig. Konya Museum, inv. no: 767, 116x180cm

Central Anatolian prayer rug, 17th century, Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul, inv. no, 354, acquired from the Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat Tomb in Konya

Konya prayer rug, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 17-18th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Museum, Istanbul


Christies SALE 1519 ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS 8 April 2014 London, King Street Lot 51 A 'TRANSYLVANIAN' PRAYER RUG WEST ANATOLIA, 17TH CENTURY

Antique Gördes prayer rug, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey, early 17th centur
y

Western Anatolian Gördes prayer carpet with a chintamani motif, XVII century. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

Ottoman "Transylvanian" rug, Turkey, 17th century, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
 

XVI-XVII century Turkish prayer rug / namazlik, Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (287)

Fragment of a knotted, woolen prayer rug with multiple niches (saff), Ushak region; 2nd half of 17th century. Davids Samling/The David Collection, Copenhagen
 

Early Anatolian Saf Prayer rug with multiple prayer niches, 17th century, Pergamon Museum
 

Ottoman mihrab prayer rug in an ivory ground, Dennis Dodds Collection

XVII century Ottoman prayer rug with inscriptions

Antique Ladik prayer rug, Sarayönü, Konya Region, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 17th century. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

Turkish prayer rug, 16th century. Palazzo Nicolosio Lomellino. Genova, Italy
 

XVI century Turkish prayer rug / namazlik, Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (760)
 

Six columned prayer rug, Ladik, Turkey, 17th century, Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum), Budapest

17th century Turkish prayer rug,  Konya/Ladik District. Konya Ethnographic Museum (no: 1788)
 

Column Ladik, Acquired from Dr.Ulrich Schürmann in 1970, 150 x 102 cm, 17th century, Highlands of Anatolia, Turkey, Provenance Ulrich Schürmann, “Teppiche aus dem Orient”, 1981 page 70.
 

A ‘TRANSYLVANIAN’ DOUBLE-COLUMN PRAYER RUG WEST ANATOLIA, FIRST HALF 17TH CENTURY Christies LONDON
Oriental Rugs and Carpets 2 October 2012

Otto Bernheimer Ottoman court coupled-column prayer rug, Christies SALE 1519 | ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS | 8 April 2014
   

 


 


17th century Turkish prayer carpet, The James F. Ballard Collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ushak, acquired from Peter Bausback, 17th century, Schürmann „Orientteppiche“ 1966. Bausback Collection

Turkish rug, Gördes-Selendi area, 17th century, Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum), Budapest
 

"Transylvanian" rug in a white ground, Western Turkey, 17th century, Ottoman Empire. Christies SALE 1116 — ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS 23 April 2013

"Transylvanian" rug, Western Turkey, 17th century, Ottoman Empire. Museum of World Culture, Sweden

A 'TRANSYLVANIAN' RUG WEST ANATOLIA, MID-17TH CENTURY Christies SALE 1116 | ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS 23 April 2013 London

Ottoman Carpet, Western Turkey. Joseph V. McMullan Collection, currently The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

A 'TRANSYLVANIAN' DOUBLE NICHE RUG PROBABLY USHAK, WEST ANATOLIA, 17TH CENTURY, Christies SALE 1519 ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS 8 April 2014 London

Double niche Ushak "Transylvanian" rug Christies SALE 1519 | ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS | 8 April 2014

Lot 49 A ‘TRANSYLVANIAN’ PRAYER RUG WEST ANATOLIA, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY Christies LONDON Oriental Rugs and Carpets 2 October 2012

Moshe Tabibnia Collection (Italy), Western Anatolian rug, XVII century, Ottoman Empire

Turkish 'Transylvanian' rug, Ushak-Selendi area, 17th century, Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum), Budapest
     

 

 

 

 


Selendi 'scorion' rug, west Anatolia, mid-17th century. 1.16 x 1.91m (5'3" x 6'3"), 620 knots/dm2. Black Church, Brasov, no.373

Selendi 'scorion' rug, west Anatolia, mid-17th century, St Margaret's Church (inv 111), Mediaş, Romania

Selendi 'scorion' rug, western Anatolia, mid-17th century, Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum), Budapest
 

 

 

 

 


XVIII century Anatolian kilim, The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Collection. Gift of Caroline McCoy-Jones. De Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco



XVII-XVIII century Anatolian saf kilim, Central Anatolia, The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Collection. Gift of Caroline McCoy-Jones. De Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco

Early Anatolian kilim, 17th century, Ottoman Empire. Dârjiu Fortified Church Rupea, Transylvania, Romania
 

 

 

 

 


a Central or West Anatolian rug 17th century Christies SALE 1116 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS 23 April 2013 London, King Street