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ANTIQUE RUGS OF THE FUTURE PROJECT>>GALLERIES>>CLASSICAL CARPETS



"Animals" rug with star motifs (reconstruction of the 1400s (Karakoyunlu Period) Wilhelm von Bode animal motif rug from the Pergamonmuseum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)
CODE:  QQBM15
Size (metric): 92x148cm (3'0"x4'10")

Safavid Hunting scene carpet, based on the design of
the 17th century Metropolitan Museum Safavid carpet
Code: SFV02

Size: 242 x 333 cm
Size (ft): 7'11" x 10'11"


 "Holbein" Ushak rug, inspired by the historical Ushak rug with a green ground rug depicted in Bernardino Licinio's (c.1490-1549) "A Family Group"
Code: ANTHLB01
Size (m): 160x255cm
Size (ft): 5'3"x8'4"

 Historical Safavid Kashan pile rug, "Dragon & Phoenix", rewoven after four centuries
Code: SFV01

Size: 250 x 354 cm
Size (ft): 8'2" x 11'7"

"Pazyryk" rug, inspired by the design of the historical Pazyryk rug found in Altai Mountains
Code: PZR02
Size (m): 178x195cm
Size (ft): 5'10" x 6'4"

Reconstruction of the Clark Safavid Sickle Leaf, vine scroll and palmette carpet (first half 17th century-Shah Abbas Period) which is the most expensive carpet ever sold at auction ($43.8 million)
CODE: SFV05
Size (metric): 220x300cm (7'2"x9'10"
)

"Animals" rug with star motifs (Reconstruction of
the 1400s (Karakoyunlu Period) Wilhelm von Bode
animal motif rug from the Pergamonmuseum,
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)
CODE:  QQBM15-2
Size (metric): 93x160cm
Size (ft): 3'0"x5'2"

Safavid Arabesque Islimi carpet, inspired by the XVI century Safavid carpet fragment from the Austrian Museum for Art
CODE: SFV09
Size (metric): 220x300cm
Size (ft): 7'3"x9'10"

 Safavid Hunting scene carpet, based on the design of
the 17th century Metropolitan Museum Safavid Herat carpet
Code: SFV06
Size: 240 x 340 cm
Size (ft): 7'11" x 10'11"

 Victoria and Albert Museum Caucasian Dragon Karabagh rug
CODE:
KRDRF02
Size: 153x173cm
Size (ft): 5'0"x5'8"

Reconstruction of the McMullan Anatolian Medallion rug from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Code: ANTMCM01
Size: 160x205cm
Size (ft): 5'2"x6'8"

 Tabriz Four Seasons Rug
Code: TFS01
Size: 203x276cm
Size (ft): 6'7"x9'0"

Reconstruction of the Berlin Museum early 16th century small pattern Holbein rug
CODE: HLB03
Size (metric): 147x214cm
Size (ft): 4'9"x7'0"

"Lotto" Ushak rug, inspired by XVI century Ushak rug depicted in Lorenzo Lotto's "The Alms of St Anthony" (1542), CODE: LTSTA03
Size (metric): 124x190cm
Size (ft): 4'0"x6'2"

Historical Safavid Kashan pile rug, "Dragon & Phoenix"
Code: SFV03
Size (metric): 220x320cm
Size (ft): 7'2"x10'5"

Reconstruction of the Metropolitan Museum Safavid Animals Scene carpet (Bardini/Bingham Collection)
CODE: SFV07
Size (metric): 180x235cm

Reconstruction of the early XVII century Safavid 'Shah Abbas' rug in a blue-ground with scrolling floral vines (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, McMullan Collection)
Code: SFV08-MMSHBS
Size: 155x215xm
Size (ft): 5'1"x7'0"

"Harchang" Rug, inspired by the early rug from the Heinrich Kirchheim collection ("Orient Stars" ).
CODE: AZSJB02
Size (metric): 143x286cm
Size (ft): 4'8"x9'4"

Confronted Animal Rug (Reconstruction of the 13th century animal motif rug, The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
CODE:  CAMM14-3
Size (metric): 139x168cm
Size (ft): 4'6"x5'6"

Reconstruction of the XVIII century Azerbaijan 'Animal' carpet
Code: KRACX02
Size (metric): 136x207cm
Size (ft): 4'5"x6'9"

"Lotto" Ushak rug, inspired by XVI century Ushak rug depicted in Lorenzo Lotto's "The Alms of St Anthony" (1542)
CODE: LTSTA04
Size (metric): 138x217cm (including the kilim ends)
Size (ft): 4'6"x7'1"

Based on the XVIII century Azerbaijan 'Animal Combat' design carpet
Code: KRACX03
Size (metric): 144x210cm
Size (ft): 4'8"x6'10"

Reconstruction of a XVI century (first half) Turkish rug with a large pattern 'Holbein' design and small interlaced medallions
CODE: LPHLB02
Size: 139x210cm
Size (ft): 4'6"x6'10"

Reconstruction of the early XVII century Safavid 'Shah Abbas' rug in a blue-ground with scrolling floral vines (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, McMullan Collection)
Code: SFV11-MMSHBS
Size: 160x225xm
Size (ft): 5'2"x7'4"

Karabagh Dragon rug in a dark brown ground (based on the design of the Victoria & Albert Museum Karabagh Dragon rug XVII century)
CODE: KRBDRGVA03
Size: 193x278cm
Size (ft): 6'3"x9'1"

Based on the design of the XVII century 'Vakiflar Museum Star Ushak' rug
CODE: SUV03
Size: 135x205cm
Size (ft): 4'5"x6'8"

Reconstruction of the Berlin Museum early 16th century small pattern Holbein rug
CODE: HLB04
Size (metric): 153x208cm
Size (ft): 5'0"x7'0"

Reconstruction of the XV century Batari Crivelli carpet from the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts
CODE: CVBTR02
Size: 125x165cm
Size (ft): 4'1"x5'4"

Triple arched gateway design rug with a silk base, based on the XVI century Ottoman Prayer rug from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
CODE: OTTAMET01
Size: 138x185cm
Size (ft): 4'6"x6'0"

Quatrefoil Star Ushak rug (based on the XVII century Star Ushak rug found at Divrigi Mosque)
CODE: SUDV0101
Size: 204x320cm
Size (ft): 6'8"x10'6"

Blossom rug with the alternation of dragon rug palmettes (based on the 18th century design)
CODE: KRBLSNG15-5
Size: 153x186cm
Size (ft): 5'0"x6'1"

"Dragon and Phoenix" rug, based on the 15th century historical Turkish rug (the Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum of Berlin)
Code: DPPRG15-5
Size: 118x173cm
Size (ft): 3'10"x5'8"

"Bird Ushak" rug, based on the 17th century Western Anatolian "Bird Ushak" rug in the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Code: BUPHMA01
Size: 160x188cm
Size (ft): 5'2"x6'2"

"Transylvanian" small medallion rug, based on the 17th century Western Anatolian rug from the Peter Bausback Collection
Code: BWASMU02
Size: 129x145cm
Size (ft): 4'2"x4'9"
   

 

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