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  • An exceptional 16th/ 17th century Western Anatolian fragment woven with an adept mastery of design and color. This piece represents an ... read more
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  • Very Fine Ersari or some other sort of Eastern Turkmen rug, lots of silk and a great vibrant madder red reminiscent of ... read more
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  • small Camel Ground Baluch Prayer Rug, elegant drawing and saturated colors. Complete with sides and ends. Probably from Northwest Afghanistan, it is ... read more
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  • Kizyl Ayak Chuval, several greens and prominent yellow, dyrnak gul minors, a couple of small holes that have been rewoven with kashmiring ... read more
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  • Banded Central Asian Chuval, all cotton whites, slightly different drawing and array of ornament than most others of this type. Saturated madder ... read more
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  • Baluch 'Timuri' or 'Taimani' type main carpet, flaming natural color including polychromatic blue. Rare variant of pen-box design arranged like a harshang ... read more
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  • Chodor Chuval, large Turkmen bagface with large well-spaced chuval guls. Saturated madder-red abrash, greens, blue-greens, and slate blue.
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  • With the format of a yastik and the general size and orientation of a prayer rug, this East Anatolian Kurd weaving seems ... read more
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  • Cloudband Bashir Carpet, fantastic color with several blues and green. Condition is good with a little scattered repair and repair the sides. ... read more
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  • Classic Timuri type Baluch Prayer Rug, excellently and finely drawn with trees and shrubs on a blue ground. Worn, especially at the ... read more
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  • Chinese Throne Back with water dragons that sort of look like giant prawns and even a fish. Very sculptural service with a ... read more
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  • Tekke Mafrash, fine weave nine guls with linked minors containing eight-pointed stars, 2'1"x1'1"
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  • Exceptionally graphic Turkmen tentband fragment, velvety pile, vivid natural color including a few silk highlights. There are two clean easily repairable rips, ... read more
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  • Yomut Turkmen Chuval, great vibrant natural color including some silk highlights in the centers of the bottom guls. Relatively complete with some ... read more
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  • Classic Chinese Ningxia Carpet with vine-scroll and peonies field. Likely Kangxi period, large, smashed, with rips, tears, and several generations of repiling. ... read more
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  • 6th century Chinese warp-faced silk textile with roundels featuring wine and Central Asians
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  • Old Caucasian or perhaps Northwest Persian fragment so-called " Golden Triangle " region with sylized cartouche borders, field reminiscent of older ... read more
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  • Middle Amu Darya Turkmen Ersari? Banded Chuval. Great color including a double dyed aubergine and classic nine band drawing with trees, carnations, ... read more
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  • Fine Anatolian Kilim, large fragment with fantastic purples and greens, four blues, great color range, probably Konya area. size= 4'11"x6'10"
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  • Sweet White-Ground Chinese Ningxia Rug, blue peonies and arabesque with a minimal border. hand-spun cotton warp and weft. very soft wool pile. ... read more
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  • Small Sogdian Silk Samite Twill Textile Fragment. circa 8th century, secondary device with traces of two pearl-border roundels. good color preservation. apx.7"x8".
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  • Large Chinese Ningxia Throne back with dragons, probably Kangxi period. About a meter wide. sides complete with weft returns, perhaps two inches ... read more
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  • Two significant fragments of a Deccani Indian medallion carpet. Probably some time in the eighteenth century? The drawing is clearly inspired by ... read more
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  • Indian Deccani carpet fragment. Circa 1700? Design reminiscent of Mughal pieces. corroded lac ground and black border with characteristic mustard gold. Very ... read more
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  • Jaf Kurd Bagface, with contrast and color. Subtle individuating drawing features including blue bottom corners and shifts and a central-ish white latch-hook ... read more
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  • Turkmen Chuval, probably an early sub-group of Yomut with great drawing including exceptional minor guls of a type more generally found in ... read more
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  • Turkmen Yomud Ensi, super soft wool, saturated color with camel wool. finely woven with asymmetrical knot open right. portions of side and ... read more
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  • Found in Tibet in the 90s, this is one half of a significant village rendition of a medallion carpet produced somewhere in ... read more
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  • Yomut Turkmen Mafrash, petite piece with extra soft wool, asymmetrical knot open right, clearly articulated drawing with a multi-hued madder ground ... read more
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  • Baluch border-changing rug. Perhaps the weaver was just feeling playful? An elegant rug in very presentable condition. Well balanced drawing, subtle abrash ... read more
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  • c. 11th century Islamic silk textile roundel with a bull and kufic writing. Saljuq era, Iran or Central Asia
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  • Caucasian pile bag with diagonal stripes
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  • Baluch animals and tree rug on a camel ground. Several bues including a slightly corossive grey-silver blue. Very nice drawing with a ... read more
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  • Tekke Chuval with aina guls and trees, nice blues, almost completely corroded silk. There is some glue on the back which can ... read more
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  • Central Anatolian Sızma / Konya area carpet, circa 1750, great colors, many colors including natural camel. iconic design. 7'7"x4'7"
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  • Old and unusual Eastern Anatolian Rug: dynamism, wear, patches and all
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  • Ersari? Turkmen Guli-Gul Main Carpet. Wear is pretty much as it appears in the images. One side has significant loss to the ... read more
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  • Eastern Turkmen, Kizyl Ayak rug fragment of what must have been an unusually sized weaving for the type with floating guls, nicely
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  • Classical Ottoman Ushak carpet fragment, circa 1600. mounted and conserved
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  • Caucasian Blossom Carpet Fragment, excellent drawing and colors, 17th/ early 18th century. This is the top left-hand corner of the carpet. It ... read more
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  • South Caucasian, Kuba Rug with Afshan design, cotton weft, wool warp 5'8"x3'2"
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  • Old Colorful Central Anatolian Rug Fragment
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  • Central Asian Turkmen Rug with colorful tessellated field, (64"x44" / 163x112cm)
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  • Elegant Antique Baluch Main Carpet with snow-flake blossoms in lattice design and minakhani border. Deep saturated natural colors with corrosive brown and ... read more
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  • Kazak Rug, Old, Colorful with a Kufic border. Several blues and greens, two natural oranges, great aubergine highlights. In "as found" condition. ... read more
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  • Khorosan Baluch Rug with Memling Guls arranged within a lattice. Abstracted trees are alternated throughout the ivory-ground border. Very nice example of ... read more
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  • Afluch: not quite Afshar, not quite Baluch, but more Baluch than Afshar? it is asymmetric open left with goat hair weft, dyed ... read more
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  • Baluch Kilim Sofreh, abstract trees drawn on a camel ground. All natural colors with highlights in silk and silk with metal-thread. bands ... read more
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