David Lantz

I have been a dealer in African, Pre-Columbian, and Asian art in New York City for over 25 yeas; I have a particular interest in textiles from these areas.

If you get no response to your inquiries it is probably because I am not receiving them. Please feel free to contact me directly at david.lantz@verizon.net

  • Anatolian kilim, Yuncu tribes, Balikesir region, early 19th century, 70 x 106 inches (178 x 269cm). Published in 100 Kilims: Masterpieces from ... read more
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  • Pre-Columbian tunic, Late Nazca Culture, circa 500-800 ad, interlocking discontinuous warp and weft, Dimensions, 47 x 76 inches, Excellent condition
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  • Pre-Columbian mantle border, Late Nazca/Siguas culture, circa 500-800 ad, dimensions 10 x 134 inches. Excellent condition.
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  • Pre-Columbian plaited tubular bag, early Nazca culture, circa 100-400 ad, dimensions 6 x 29 inches. Excellent condition
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  • Textile fragment, Huarmey Culture, Peru, circa 850-1000 ad, fragment dimensions, 10 x 21 inches, mounting dimensions 14 x 26 inches. Alpaca supplemental ... read more
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  • Anatolian kilim half, 18th century, 30 x 147 inches (76 x 374cm) Condition: professionally cleaned; in exceptional condition for its age.
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  • Anatolian kilim, large fragment, 66 x 115 inches, 18th century. This is the earlist and most archaic example of a "Baklava" type ... read more
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  • Anatolian kilim, circa 1800-1850, a rare type of Yuncu multibanded kilim. Professonally cleaned. Condition: minor restorations throughout the kilim.
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  • Tibetan mat with very good pile around the perimeter of the mat and reduced pile at the center, 19th century, 26 1/2 ... read more
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  • Wallhanging, Uzbek, Bokhara, silk warp, cotton weft with block printed cotton backing, 5 loom widths wide, 19th century. Dimensions 46 x 55 ... read more
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  • Wallhanging, Yazd, Persia, silk warp and weft, ikat dyed patterning, Zoroastrian, circa 1900, 48 x 72 inches. Condition: several small tears, otherwise ... read more
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  • Pre-Columbian bag, Siguas 1 culture, Peru, circa 550BC-100AD,Department of Arequipa, camelid fiber, discontinuous interlocking warp and weft, probably used as a quiver ... read more
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  • Pre-Columbian bag, Siguas 1 culture, Peru, circa 550 bc - 100 ad, Department of Arequipa,camelid fiber, interlocking discontinuous warp and weft, probably ... read more
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  • Reader alert!! Because of a server issue, RugRabbit has been unable to forward email inquiries about my recently posted pieces. For ... read more
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  • reader alert! Because of a server issue RugRabbit has been unable to forward email inquiries about my recently posted pieces. For ... read more
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  • Wallhanging, Uzbek, Bokara, silk warp, cotton weft, printed cotton lining, 5 loom widths wide, 19th century, 55 x 82 inches (140 x ... read more
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  • Bolivian mantle (nanaka) with bands of undyed vicuna colored alpaca wool on a ground of purple dyed sheep's wool, 40 x 41 ... read more
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  • Bolivian woman's banded mantle, alpaca wool, 19th century, 42 x 44 inches(107 x 112cm) Excellent condition ( a few very small reweaves)
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  • Anatolian carpet fragment, Karapinar, 30 x 90 inches (76 x 241cm), early 19th century. This carpet fragment contains more variants of the ... read more
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  • Uzbek woman's dress with resist dyed silk warps and red silk wefts. Dimensions: 69 inches across the shoulder and 50 inches high ... read more
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  • Africa: woman's tubular garment of resist dyed rafia fiber, each side 29 x 33 inches (74 x 84cm), Dida tribe, Ivory Coast, ... read more
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  • Africa: woman's tubular garment of resist dyed rafia fiber, each side 20 x 30 inches (51 x 100cm) Dida tribe, Ivory Coast, ... read more
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  • Silk brocade fabric panel with metallic gold thread of so called"bizzare silk" type, France or England late 17th or early 18th century, ... read more
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  • Coat, Uzbek, Bokara, silk warp, cotton weft, printed cotton lining, 50 inches high, 58 inches acrsoss the sleeves, 19th century.
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  • Ceremonial panel, Cambodia, resist dyed silk, 19th century, 25 x 26 inches
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  • Mantle/wrapper, Baule culture, Ivory Coast, indigo resist dyed patterning, 20th century, 45 x 70 inches.
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  • Mantle/wrapper, Cameroon, indigo resist dyed cotton, 20th century, 37 x 68 inches
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  • Woman's shawl ( lawon), Palembang region, s. Sumatra, Indonesia, silk, resist dyed patterning, 19th century, 34 x 83 inches.
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  • Woman's ceremonial wrapper ( tapis), Lampung region, s. Sumatra, Indonesia, cotton with resist dyed patterning ( ikat) and silk embroidery, 19th century ... read more
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  • Ceremonial cloth ( tampan), Sumatra, Indonesia, cotton with supplemental weft patterning, 19th century, 27 x 29 inches. The alternating bands of red and ... read more
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  • Man's headwrapper, Toradja culture, Sulawesi, Indonesia; barkcloth painted with natural colorants, circa 1900-1950, 44 x 56 inches. Such headwrappers were worn by headhunters ... read more
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  • Basket, Tiwanaku culture, Bolivia, circa 800-1100ad, diameter 6 1/2 inches, height 4 inches
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  • Man's tunic, Inca culture, Peru, 15th century, natural brown cotton with dyed alpaca patterning; complete, each side is 32 x 38 inches.
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  • Mantle (iscayo) Aymara indian, Bolivia, alpaca wool, 18th/19th century, some small areas of restoration/reweaving, 40 x 44 inches. This is a ... read more
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  • Half tunic, Inca culture, Peru, feathers applied to a cotton foundation, 14th century, 21 x 63 inches ( mounted). Such tunics ... read more

  • Belt fragment, Paracas Ocucaje culture, Peru, plaited camelid wool, circa 300-100 bc, actual piece is 4 x 30 inches, mounted dimensions are ... read more
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  • Chief's crown, Yoruba tribe, Nigeria, glass beads and cotton, mid 20th century,diameter 8 inches, height 9 inches. The projections from the upper, ... read more
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  • Panel attached to a baby carrier, Iban tribe Borneo, glass beads and cotton, 19th century, 12 x 13 inches
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  • Geneological chief's banner, Abomey, Benin, cotton applique, mid 20th century, 31 x 41 inches
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  • Corn husk bag, Nez Perce tribe ( Idaho, Washington, or Oregon ) with natural dyed patterning, circa 1850-1880, 13 x 17 inches
    price:  sold

  • Anatolian kilim fragment of banded type with camel hair, 18th century, 27 x 70 inches ( 70 x 180cm)
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  • Anatolian kilim fragment, banded type, with camel hair, 27 x 80 inches 69 x 203cm, 18th century. High quality professional cleaning and
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  • Anatolian kilim, Mut, 58 x 94 inches (148 x 239cm), i believe most Mut kilims are not very old( 19th-20th century). This ... read more
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  • Anatolian kilim, Elmadag region, 62 x 155 inches (158 x 394cm), circa 1800-1850. The eli-belinde end borders on this Elmadag kilim are unique; ... read more
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  • Anatolian kilim, circa 1800, 52 x 114 inches. a rare type of Yuncu multibanded kilim.Cleaned, with minor restorations throughout kilim
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  • Anatolian kilim half, circa 1800, 92 x 468cm, Central Anatolian kilim (possibly Aydin)displaying large scale hooks/horns projecting from central medallions. Cleaned ... read more
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  • Tibetan mat with very good pile around the perimeter of the mat and reduced pile in the center of the mat, 26 ... read more
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