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Sale: NY7704 | Location: New York
Auction Dates: Session 1: Thu, 20 Sep 01 10:15 AM

LOT 90 (of 131)
A Bergama rug, West Anatolia,

10,00015,000 USD
Lot Sold. Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium: 9,600 USD

Description
A Bergama rug, West Anatolia,
mid-19th century
oxidized charcoals, moth damage, rewoven corner, partially rewoven side guard stripes, partially reselvaged, small reweaves, repiling,
approximately 6ft. 5in. by 5ft. 9in. (1.96 by 1.75m.)

Literature:
Herrmann, Eberhart, Seltene Orientteppiche IV, Munich, pl. 6
Schurmann, Ulrich, Teppiche aus dem Orient, Wiesbaden, 1976, p. 75

For related examples, please refer to
-McMullan, Joseph V., Islamic Carpets, New York, 1965, pl. 92;

-Rippon Boswell & Co., May 23, 1998, lot 199;

-Lefevre & Partners London, February 15, 1980, lot 33; and

-Sotheby's New York, December 11, 1991, lot 2.