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OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVIII (18th) CENTURY

 

Late 18th century Western Anatolian rug, Turkey. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul


Istanbul Medallion carpet fragment, XVIII century.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, inv. no: 118, 115x481 cm

Ottoman Palmette Rug, late 18th century. wool. 69 x 48 in. (175.3 x 121.9 cm). Gift of James F. Ballard. Accession Number: 114:1929. Saint Louis Art Museum

Konya carpet, c 1800, The James F. Ballard Collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

18th century Ushak/Smyrna carpet, Vakiflar Museum (inv.no:239), Istanbul. The collection of the Süleymaniye Mosque

18th century Ushak/Smyrna carpet, Vakiflar Museum (inv.no:342), Istanbul. The collection of the Edirne Eski Camii (Mosque)

Western Anatolian floral carpet, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul
 

18th century Ushak carpet, Vakiflar Museum (inv.no:1E), Istanbul. from the collection of the Edirne Eski Camii (Mosque)

Western Anatolian large carpet with Herati motifs, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Western Anatolian (Izmir(Smyrna)-Ushak) floral carpet, Vakiflar Museum (inv.no:190), Istanbul. from the collection of the Süleymaniye Mosque
 

Anatolian rug, 1700s, Ottoman Empire. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography
     

 

 

 


McMullan Bellini type Bergama rug, 18th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

A West Anatolian Re-Entrant prayer rug, 18th century or earlier, 135x194cm (4'5"x6'5"), the property of a European Nobleman (Sotheby's Obtober 12, 1997)

Battilossi Bergama Bellini style rug, Christies SALE 7960

Bellini style Bergama prayer rug, Christies SALE 5220 CHRISTIE'S INTERIORS 11 March 2014

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,  1974.149.27, Re-entry rug, 18th century

'Bellini' type carpet, XVIII century, Yuntdagi, Western Anatolia, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul. inv. no: 363. Size: 141x206cm. (28x30)

Anatolian Re-Entrant prayer rug, 18th century or earlier, private collection

'Bellini' type carpet, XVIII century, Central Anatolia, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

Bellini type double re-entry carpet, c 1700, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Period

So called 'Bellini' type re-entry carpet, XVIII century, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Period
   

 

 

 


18th century Anatolian village prayer rug, Turkey. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Joseph V. McMullan

XVIII century Turkish rug fragment (Western Turkey?). exhibited at TKF: Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Textil-Kunst-Forschung (Society for Textile-Art-Research)

Anatolian Milas rug. XVIII century, Ankara Vakiflar Muzesi

Rippon Boswell & Co. International Auctioneers of Rare Carpets & Textiles 29. May 2010 | Lot: 248 | Bergama rug| 17th / 18th century

Antique Bergama rug, 18th century
     

 

 

 


XVIII century Turkish rug fragment. Konya Ethnographic Museum

Anatolian rug fragment, XVIII century.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul
   

 

 

 

 


RUGS AND CARPETS
Christie's SALE 1741
New York, Rockefeller Plaza
12 December 2006

XVIII century Turkish rug, Western Anatolia. private collection. 105 x 174 cm

18th century Anatolian Carpet, Turkey. Detroit Institute of Arts

17-18th century Anatolian village prayer rug with a stylized large Holbein pattern

18th century Anatolian Large Pattern Holbein Carpet, Turkey. Parsons Todd Collection

Eastern Anatolian rug with a large pattern Holbein medallions (Salor Gul)

Holbein pattern Bergama rug, XVIII century.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

A Turkish rug fragment, private collection

A Konya Rug With A Large "Holbein" Medallion, Central Anatolia, 18th Century, Sartirana Textile Show 2010, Sartirana Castle, Sartirana, Lomellina (Pv), Italy

Anatolian village carpet with a large Holbein pattern, Turkey. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Central Anatolian Medallion village rug with Holbein Gul
 
 
Turkish village rug. XVIII-XIX century, published Hali 94

Christies SALE 5707 Oriental Rugs And Carpets A Bergama Rug West Anatolia, Circa 1800

A yellow-ground Bergama rug, c 1800, Christies SALE 7988 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS

Sotheby's Carpets New York|10 Jun 2009, N08563 LOT 47 A Bergama rug, West Anatolia

The Volkmann Bergama rug with archaic inherited motifs (18th century), Christies SALE 1519 ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS
8 April 2014

McMullan Bergama rug, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 18th century

A rare Bergama rug, second half 18th century, Christies 7960

18th century Bergama rug Christies SALE 7264 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS

Bergama rug, XVIII century, Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, inv. no: 1597

Western Anatolian rug, 18th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, no: 409
 

 

 

 


Yellow Konya rug, late 18th century CHRISTIES SALE 1519 ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS 8 April 2014

A KONYA RUG CENTRAL ANATOLIA, LATE 18TH CENTURY Christies SALE 1519 ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS 8 April 2014 London, King Street

A Konya Long Rug Central Anatolia, Circa 1800 Christies SALE 1519 ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS 8 April 2014 London, King Street

Konya rug, Christopher Alexander Collection, Chritisties 10/2009. Lot 88

Bergama carpet fragment, XVIII century. The Christopher Alexander Collection 

A derivative of a small pattern Holbein carpet, 18th century, Turkey

An Anatolian Turkish rug with a so called "Crivelli Star" medallion, Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul
 

 

 

 

 
Eastern Anatolian (or Caucasian) Shield carpet, 18th century
Christies Sale 7988 —
ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS




Marc Feldman Anatolian rug fragment, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Turkish village rug. XVIII century, Vakiflar Museum. published by Belkis Balpinar & Hirsch. U. "Carpets of the Vakiflar Museum Istanbul / Teppiche Des Vakiflar-Museums Istanbul". 1988 Plate no: 62.

XVIII century Eastern Anatolian Kars animal carpet Christies SALE 1519, ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS 8 April 2014 London

Archaic Arrowhead Anatolian Blossom Carpet, Davide Halevim Collection | Christies ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS| 23 April 2013 London

XVIII century Yörük rug, Central Anatolia. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (848)

Anatolian rug, 18 or early 19th century, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972.80.9. Gift  of Joseph V. McMullan, 1972

XVIII century Turkish rug fragment. Vakiflar Museum Istanbul

AH 1182 (AD 1768–69) dated western Turkey prayer rug, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Joseph V. McMullan, 1973


Anatolian Turkish rug, Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi, Istanbul, inv. no: 280. size: 135x140cm

Anatolian Turkish rug, XVIII centuries. Vakiflar Müzesi, Istanbul, published Vakiflar Catalogue plate 63

XVIII century Şarkışla (Sivas Province) village rug, published Orient Stars. A carpet collection Hardcover by Heinrich Kirchheim, plate 214


Anatolian Rug Fragments, 17-18th Centuries


Anatolian medallion carpet, 18th century, Turkey. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Eastern Anatolian village rug, 18th century. Orient Stars Collection. Museum Schloss Rheydt, Mönchengladbach, Germany
 
Konya Cappadocian rug in a ivory ground with carnation flowers, 1700s, Dennis Dodds Collection

Eastern Anatolia, 'Cypress and Medallion' rug, circa 1700-50

The Christopher Alexander Collection Konya Tulip rug

An 18th century Anatolian rug in a yellow ground

Antique Karadag rug, XVIII century. Konya Mevlana Museum

Anatolian double niche village rug, XVIII century. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian Carpet late 18th–early 19th century Gift of Nellie Ballard White, Saint Louis Art Museum

Central Anatolian Turkish rug, 18th century. Vakiflar Museum

Anatolian swastika rug, 18th century. Published by Ferenc Batari. - "Ottoman Turkish Carpets" (Collections of the Museum of Applied Arts Budapest).

Christies SALE 7616 Oriental Rugs And Carpets A West Anatolian Rug Bergama District, 18th Century

Christies SALE 6897 ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS Bergama rug first half 18th century

XVIII c Bergama (?) rug Ankara Vakiflar Museum inv no: 23.379

Bergama rug, 18th century, Türk ve İslam Eserleri Müzesi İstanbul, inv. no: 289

Anatolian rug, 18th century. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum of Islamic Art at the Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany (Museum fur Islamische Kunst). I 39//63

Kütahya rug, Western Anatolia, Turkey, 18th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul (i 491)

Eastern Anatolian Turkish "Shield" rug, XVIII century
     

 

 

 


XVIII century Bergama rug with animal motifs.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

XVIII century Anatolian village rug, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum. published at Serare Yetkin's Turk Hali Sanati

Western Anatolian "Crivelli" type rug, 18th century

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Crivelli-Holbein type of Western Anatolian rug

Central Anatolian Aksaray rug with Crivelli design, 1750-1800, Dennis Dodds collection
 
     

 

 

 

 


Anatolian medallion carpet, 18th century, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul
 
Anatolian, Medallion Carpet. 18th century, Gift of James F. Ballard, Saint Louis Art Museum

XVIII century Anatolian "Karapinar" rug, published at Hali Magazine 87

XVIII century Turkish rug fragment, Western Anatolia. Vakiflar Warehouse for Kilims and carpets, Ankara

18th century Ottoman Carpet, Turkey. Joseph V. McMullan Collection, currently The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Anatolian village carpet, 18th century, Turkey. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian village carpet with a large central medallion, Turkey. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

 Konya, 6 x 7 feet, circa 1700. Dennis Dodds

Anatolian medallion rug, 1700s, Ottoman Empire. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography

Antique Konya rug, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 18th century. Franz Sailer Collection


Late XVIII century Turkish rug . exhibited at TKF: Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Textil-Kunst-Forschung (Society for Textile-Art-Research

Anatolian medallion rug, 1700s. Ballard Collection, published in Hali Magazine 124 (p104)

Anatolian village rug, 18th century, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian medallion rug, 1700s. Deburaux Aponem, Paris, France

Anatolian medallion rug, 1700s. Published by Eberhart Herrmann, Munich

Anatolian medallion rug, 1700s. Skinners Auctioneers, 16 December 1986, Lot 102

Sotheby's Carpets New York | 06 Jun 2007| N08326 LOT 52 A CENTRAL ANATOLIAN FRAGMENTARY LONG RUG, 18th century

Western Anatolian Rug Fragment, possibly 18th century

Central Anatolian medallion rug, 18th century. Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul

Western Anatolian rug fragment, Bergama, Turkey, 18th century
     

 

 

 


Small medallion Ushak rug, 18th century. Austria Auction Company, Fine Antique Oriental Rugs, lot 56.

Sothebys Sale: N08258 | Location: New York 14 Dec 06, LOT 129 AN OUSHAK MEDALLION RUG, WEST ANATOLIA
   

 

 

 


XVIII century Istanbul silk prayer rug. Vakiflar Carpet Museum, Istanbul. inv. no: e140. Size: 124 x 198 cm

18th century Ottoman Prayer Rug. Saint Louis Art Museum
 

 

Anatolian Saf Prayer rug fragment, published in Classical Tradition in Anatolian Carpets by Walter B. Denny

Istanbul / Hereke rug fragment, XVIII century.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, inv. no: 543, 150x153 cm

Istanbul Saf rug fragment, XVIII century.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, inv. no: 196, 150x400 cm

Istanbul Saf rug fragment, XVIII century.  Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, Istanbul, inv. no: 479, 98x151 cm

18th century Anatolian village prayer rug, Turkey. published in Gerard Paquin’s fragment, in Atlantic Collections, pl. 48.


Antique Gördes prayer rug, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey, 17-18th centuries, TIEM

Western Anatolian Gördes prayer carpet with a chintamani motif, XVII century. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

Anatolian mihrab prayer rug, Dennis Dodds Collection

Christopher Alexander Collection Konya prayer rug

Ottoman prayer rug, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Antique Konya rug, "Arches". XVIII century. Konya Mevlana Museum

Antique Ladik prayer rug, Sarayönü, Konya Region, Central Anatolia, Turkey, 18th century. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography

Antique Anatolian Gördes rug, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey. Konya Mevlana Museum. dated to the 16th century (??). probably 18th century


Antique Anatolian Gördes rug, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey. Konya Mevlana Museum. dated to the 17th century

Antique Gördes prayer rug, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey, 18th century. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography

Antique Gördes prayer rug in a red ground, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey, 18th century. Konya Mevlana Museum of Ethnography

Gördes (Ghiordes) prayer rug, 18th century, Manisa Province, Western Anatolia, Turkey. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul. found at the Sherafeddin (Şerafettin) Mosque, Konya
   
 
18th century Konya prayer Rug with Triple Arch Design, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift from the Collection of Hillary Black Dumas and Dr. D. Gilbert Dumas, 2009

Western Anatolian prayer carpet, 1700s, Turkey. Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: 458
 

18th Century West Anatolian Double-Column Prayer Rug Christies LONDON Oriental Rugs and Carpets 2 October 2012

Sotheby's Textiles, Rugs and Carpets from the Collections of Bergi Andonian and Joseph W. Fell | 19 May 2011 LOT 48 A WEST ANATOLIAN RUG second half 18th century Lot Sold: 110,500 USD

Double-Ended Two-Column Carpet 18th century | The James F. Ballard Collection | Accession Number: 22.100.65 | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Antique Ladik prayer rug with the coupled columns | The Christopher Alexander Collection

18th century Konya prayer rug, Joseph V. McMullan collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Anatolian prayer carpet, 18th century, Turkey. Textile Museum, Washington D.C.

Ottoman prayer Rug, late 18th–early 19th century, Gift of James F. Ballard, Accession Number: 113:1929, Saint Louis Art Museum
 

Central Anatolian village prayer rug, XVIII century

Western Anatolian rug, Bergama, Turkey, late 18th-early 19th century
   

 

 

 

 


XVIII century Anatolian kilim, Wool, cotton; slit tapestry weave. The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Collection. Gift of Caroline McCoy-Jones. De Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco

18th century Anatolian kilim, Wool, cotton; De Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco
 
Kilim, 18th–19th century Turkey, Anatolia. Wool; De Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco

XVIII century Anatolian kilim
 

Ushak Ottoman Kilim, 18th century
25. May 2013 Rippon Boswell & Co

Anatolian "vulture" design kilim, from the Caroline Jones collection

Anatolian "vulture" design kilim, Ankara Vakiflar Museum
 

Anatolian kilim, Ankara Vakiflar Museum