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Lot No. 199

Bergama Fragment,
Northwest Anatolia (Turkey), made late 19th century, approx. 114 x 151 cm, probably part of a sleeping carpet which the shepherds of the region commonly used as a blanket, this piece is partly knotted and partly woven made in the so-called Nimbaft technique, excellent wool quality with extremely deep pile in the knotted strips, reduced all around with re-wound Shirazi. (MA)

estimate EUR 800,- to 1.000,-

Online Catalogue: Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestries - 08.09.2011
Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestries
Auction Date: 08.09.2011 - 16:00
Location: Palais Dorotheum