Central Anatolian Long Rug mid 19th C.
Approximately 14ft. by 4ft. 5in. (4.27 by 1.35m.)
Central Anatolian Kilim circa 1800
Circa 1800. Oxidized browns, some losses to sides.
Approximately 12 ft. 10 in. by 5 ft. (3.91 m. by 1.52 m.)
Technique: Slit tapestry
Warp: Wool, Z2S, 11-14 per inch, ivory, ivory / light brown twist
Pattern Weft: Wool, Z1
Sides: Wool, 3 cords of 2 warps each, incomplete
Ends: Warp fringe
Colors: Light to medium pumpkin, terra-cotta, pewter brown, Venetian red, lapis, ice blue, light lime, ecru, raw umber, deep pea green, charcoal, khaki green
Central Anatolian Prayer Rug 19th C.
Losses to pile, repiled areas. 133 x 99 cm
Central Anatolian Prayer Rug C. 1880
Corroded browns, slight losses to pile, repiled areas. 185 x 129 cm
Antique Anatolian Kurdish Long Rug circa 1880
Approximately 12ft. 9in. by 3ft. 6in. (3.89 by 1.07m.) Oxidized charcoals, partial end guard stripes.
Mujur Saf fragment, Anatolia, ca. 1800
137 x 130 cm
Mid 19th Century Cal rug South West Anatolia
Unusual village rug in very good condition with a multi-coloured Shirazi, partly repaired; minimal losses to ends. 305 x 129 cm
A rare Anatolian Kilim 19th C.
Minor repairs. 274 x 161 cm
Eastern Anatolian Yuruk rug 19th C.
This rug is characterized by its comparatively bright, gentle color. A bright red as a base color, a gentle light green, and a fine violet in the medallions, and a delicate yellow in the main border, determine the color character. 223 x 109 cm
Oushak carpet West Anatolia, ca. 1920
Newly secured ends, some wear, overall very good condition. 311 x 311 cm
Antique Oushak Saf fragment, West Anatolia, ca. 1820
Given the image the warps run horizontally. Only the bottom bits of the lower selvage have survived. On the left probably only the border is missing. On the right and on the top much more may be missing. 310 x 332 cm
Yuruk rug, C. 1880
Original kilim end finishes, oxidized browns, foldwear, losses to sides with machine stitched overcasting, nick out of one end. Approximately 6ft. 9in. by 3ft. 8in. (2.06 by 1.12m.)
Yastik Markarian Antique Rug 2nd half 19th century
Flat woven Yastik Central Anatolia Date 1875 -1900
Because of their utilitarian nature surviving yastiks whether pile or flat weave, are few. Flat woven yastiks have proven to be extremely rare. Here, the field has a pleasing symmetry and compositional balance. There are elongated panels or saf leaves, each containing reciprocal 'animal heads.' There are blue and yellow diamonds in an infinite repeat. The dyes are from all natural sources. They are strong and deeply saturated. The yastik is mounted on cloth backing. There are areas of wear, primarily in the borders. 23" x 43"
Anatolian 'double re-entrant' Rug
A West Anatolian 'double re-entrant' rug, circa 1800 original flatwoven end finishes, oxidized browns, foldwear, small reweaves, approximately 6ft. 10in. by 4ft. 11in. (2.08 by 1.50m.)