SELJUK / SELJUQ PERIOD RUGS AND CARPETS (1037-1307)

 


Seljuk rug, 13th century, Konya, Turkey.
Current Location: Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. Inventory no: 685

Seljuk rug, 13th century, Konya, Turkey. Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Inventory no: 681. Found in the Alaaddin ('Ala' al-Din) Mosque in Konya

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Konya, Turkey.
Current Location: Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. Inventory no: 689, Dimension: 246 x 608 cm. 22 x 30 dm2

Saljuq rug fragment, 1200s, Konya, Turkey.
Current Location: Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. Inventory no: 688

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Konya, Turkey. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. inv. no: 683. 135 x 222 cm

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Konya, Turkey.
Current Location: Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. Dimension: 123x226 cm. inv. no: 692,693

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Konya, Turkey. Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Inventory no: 678. Found in the Alaaddin ('Ala' al-Din) Mosque in Konya

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Konya, Turkey. inv. no: 684
Current Location: Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul
 

Fragment of a pile "Seldjuk carpet". Turkey; c. 1300.
Inv. no. 3/1991. The David Collection, Denmark

Seljuk or Beylik Period rug fragment, 1300s, Turkey. Keir Collection.

Beyshehir Seljuk rug, 13th century, Turkey.
Konya Museum of Ethnography, inventory no: 862
Found in the Eshrefoglu Mosque in Beyshehir in 1929, by R.M Riefstahl.

Historical Beyshehir Seljuq rug fragment, 1200s, Mevlana Museum, Konya

Lot 100. A SELJUK CARPET FRAGMENT KONYA, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, 13TH CENTURY- CHRISTIES ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS, 24 April 2012 London, King Street
 






Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Konya?, Turkey. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Private collection (until 1974)

 






Seljuk carpet fragment, 13th century, Turkey. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Provenance: [ Joseph Abemayor, Cairo, until 1927; sold to H.E. Winlock for MMA]







Early Turkish rug fragment, 1300s, Anatolian Seljuq Sultanate. Stockholm National Museet

Early rug fragment, early 14th century, Seljuq Sultanate.  listed as plate no:1 by Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments", Uddevalla, Sweden, 1985). Found in Fostat, Egypt.

Early rug fragment, 13-14th century, Seljuq Sultanate.  listed as plate no:2 by Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments", Uddevalla, Sweden, 1985). Found in Fostat, Egypt. 26 x 17 cm



Early rug fragment, 13-14th century, Seljuq Sultanate.  listed as plate no:3 by Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments", Uddevalla, Sweden, 1985). Found in Fostat, Egypt. 31.5 x 18 cm



Seljuk rug fragment, early 14th century. Stockholm National Museet

Early Turkish rug fragment, early XIV century.  listed by Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments", Uddevalla, Sweden, 1985). Found in Fostat, Egypt. 25.5cm x 31 cm (25x36, red wefts). Gothenburg Röhsska Museum, Stockholm


Seljuk rug fragments, 13-14th century, published at Orient Stars. A carpet collection 1993, by Heinrich Kirchheim / Michael Franses

Seljuk rug, 13-14th century. published at Orient Stars. A carpet collection 1993, by Heinrich (Michael Franses) Kirchheim (Author), plate: 185. Potala Palace, Tibet. Size: 43 x 73cm

Seljuk rug, 13th century, Turkey. Vakiflar Carpet Museum, Istanbul. Inventory no: 344. Dimension: 230 x 380 cm


Seljuk rug, 13th century, Mevlana Museum, Konya. Inventory no: 860-61-1033, dimension: 136x280 cm

Seljuk Prayer rug, 13th century, Turkey. Konya Mevlana Museum, inv. no: 1034. Size: 54x113cm

An Anatolian rug fragment, labeled as "Seljuk' by Kircheim

 

 


 


Historic Ilkhanid (Azerbaijan, Tabriz) or Seljuq (Anatolian) rug with animal design, 12th-13th Century, The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar. The rug was previously in the Kircheim collection (Orient Stars). Anatolia or Caucasus, the rug has been carbon 14 dated to 1190-1300

Historical rug fragment with animal design, Azerbaijan (or Turkey). 13th Century. Kircheim Collection

Historical Seljuq or Ilkhanid rug with animal design, Azerbaijan or Turkey, 13th century. Bruschettini Collection, Genova, Italy. The rug has been carbon 14 dated to 1205-1375

Ilkhanid period rug fragments, second half 13th Century, Tabriz, Azerbaijan

Historical Ilkhanid (Azerbaijan, Tabriz) or Seljuq (Anatolian) rug with animal design, the fragment has been radiocarbon dated to 1276 +/ - 45 years, Eskenazi collection

Confronted Animal Rug, 13-14th Century. Late Seljuk (Anatolian Seljuks: 1077-1308), Ilkhanid (1256-1335) or Eldiguzids (Atabegs of Azerbaijan 1135-1225)
Turkey or Caucasus. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Historical rug with animal design, 13-14th centuries. Turkey or Azerbaian. Kircheim Orient Stars Collection
   

 

 

 

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