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Sotheby's Carpets
London | 17 Apr 2007, 02:00 PM | L07870
LOT 54
AN OTTOMAN VOIDED SILK VELVET AND METAL-THREAD (ÇATMA) PANEL, BURSA OR ISTANBUL, TURKEY,

the voided ground with patterning in crimson velvet, with stacked rows of twelve-lobed
stars each with a metal thread central flowerhead, the border of concentric stars
approximately 139 by 121cm., 4ft. 7in. by 4ft.
first half 17th century

ESTIMATE 3,000-5,000 GBP
Lot Sold: 0 GBP

CATALOGUE NOTE
For a panel of identical design, in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, inv.no.8356, please see Raby, Julian and
Effeny, Alison (eds.), Ipek, The Crescent and the Rose, Imperial Ottoman Silks and Velvets, Istanbul, 2001, fig.352,
p.319.