Alexander Bakker

I'm a collector with a wide ranging taste. After enjoying the rugs, some for years, some for months, some for weeks, I sell them on. In daily life I am the owner of an import business, trading in artisanal foods from Japan. This means I will arrange shipping at competitive rates. If you have any questions, please contact me at info@flairforflavor.com.

  • Heriz in very good condition with rare medallion and colors (eg. duck-egg blue). High pile, glossy wool. Small area of wear, some ... read more
    price:  $ 800

  • Large and fat Saryk chuval. Crisp drawing, very good condition, tightly woven, cracked along one warp for about an inch. Some coloring ... read more
    price:  $ 475

  • Early Anatolian striped kilim fragment. Best colors, some dirt and wear. Nice embroidery. Would do well mounted. Size 36.6 x 23.6 (93 ... read more
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  • Early Anatolian hooked kilim, one wing. Clean, very good colors (purple, apricot, nice greens), good condition for it's age. Interesting use of ... read more
    price:  Sold, thank you

  • Baluch camel hair rug with boteh pattern, usually reserved for prayer rugs. Full pile, pristine condition. Best natural colors (also the purple), ... read more
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  • Rare Goklen double khorjin in very good condition. The goklen are a Turkmen tribe who lived in North-East Persia close to the ... read more
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  • Antique Kordi Baluch prayer rug. Soft wool, nice old colors, still fresh. As found. Very supple handle because of typical Kordi double ... read more
    price:  Sold, thank you

  • Complete Caucasian bag, half khorjin, Karabagh? Cotton warp and weft. Luminous wool, very nice triple borders. Front in very good condition, small ... read more
    price:  Sold, thank you

  • 19th century Baluch, unusual Mina Khani design, wide ferocious border. Soft wool and good colors. Corrosion of black dye. Size 48.8 x ... read more
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  • Pictorial rug Ersari with unusual perspective. Very good condition, shirazi and kilim not original.
    price:  $ 195

  • Excellent Anatolian kilim, circa 1800, Double Carnation design, very good border and sides (elibelinde), single wing. In outstanding condition, fine weave, perfect ... read more
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  • Rare Heriz poshti, size 53.5 x 34. 2 inch (136 x 87 cm). Glowing colors, fat wool, mint condition, only the ... read more
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  • Early 19th century Anatolian kilim. Great colors and drawing, clean, but sides and ends reduced. Remaining field generally in good condition. As ... read more
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  • Baluch Afshar double khorjin in mint condition. Size 50.39 x 30.71 inch (128 x 78 cm). Fat meaty pile. Original closure system, ... read more
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  • Mishan Malayer area rug 58,3 x 39,8 (148 x 101 cm). Deep colors, beautiful contrasts and exceptional green. Fat glossy wool, good ... read more
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  • Ersari Mina Khani rug, mid 19th century. Knots on the back worn smooth from tribal use. Some nibbles and wear, very good ... read more
    price:  $ 400

  • Baluch main rug with unusual field design. Deep corrosion, wear. 6,46 x 4,36 ft (197 x 133 cm). As found, not cleaned. ... read more
    price:  Going for a song

  • Kordi Kurdish rug from Quchan. 7,15 x 4,56 ft (218 x 139 cm). Best colors and wool. Classic Hauzi (watertank) design from ... read more
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  • Kordi Kurdish Namakdan (salt bag) from Quchan which at some point in it's life lost it's neck. Very good colors, some wear ... read more
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  • Very nice Jaff bagface with deeply saturated, beautifully abrashed colors. Pristine condition. Glossy full pile. Horsehair braiding and kilim end with weft-floating ... read more
    price:  $ 375

  • Armenian Pardeh (wall hanging). Dated 1929, commemorating the year Armenia joined the ussr. Hammer and sickle in a hand (the weaver had ... read more
    price:  Sold

  • Indian Rajahstan embroidery known locally as "Rumal". These were used as wrapping cloth for precious gifts. Silk on silk. Second half 19th ... read more
    price:  Sold, thank you