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Star Ushak rug, XVI (16) century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Textile Museum, Washington DC

Star Ushak rug, XVI (16) century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Textile Museum, Washington DC

Yellow ground UŞAK rug, with quadrifoil central medallion, ca. early 18th century.  145 x 230 cm.

Yellow ground UŞAK rug, with quadrifoil central medallion, ca. 145 x 230 cm.

Mollaian, Ferrara- Italy wil be exhibiting this Ushak Carpet at the Berlin Rug and Textile Exhibition

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Mollaian, Ferrara- Italy wil be exhibiting this Ushak Carpet at the Berlin Rug and Textile Exhibition

Anatolian rug, Ushak district 17th century

Bellini type Ushak re-entry carpet, XVII century, Turkey (Western Anatolia), Ottoman Period.

LOT 96. A 'VARIANT' MEDALLION USHAK CARPETWEST ANATOLIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY£40,000 - £60,000

Christies 'Fine Oriental Rug & Carpets' 8 April in London

LOT 96. A 'VARIANT' MEDALLION USHAK CARPETWEST ANATOLIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY£40,000 - £60,000

Turkish rug, the  Iten-Maritz Medallion Ushak rug, circa 1750.

Results of Nagel's 'Rugs & Carpets' 25 March 2013

‘The Iten-Maritz Medallion-Ushak’, West Anatolia, circa 479 x 266 cm. I Nagel’s ‘Rugs & Carpets' March 2014

18th century Konya rug. Exhibitor Mirco Cattai

More rugs - Sartirana Textile Show 2013

Turkish Ushak rug, from Transylvania

Turkish Ushak rug, from Transylvania

Star Ushak Carpet  Object Name:     Carpet Date:     16th–17th century Geography:     Turkey Medium:     Wool (warp, weft and pile); symmetrically knotted pile Dimensions:     Rug: L. 108 in. (274.3 cm) W. 65 5/8 in. (166.7 cm) Classification:     Textiles-Rugs

'Star Ushak' Carpet Object Name:Carpet century Geography:Turkey Medium:Wool (warp, weft and pile); symmetrically knotted pile Dimensions:Rug: L. 108 in.

late 16th century Oushak Rug West Anatolia, late 16th century. Minor restorations to medalion, field and either side border. 4 ft. 6 in. by 3 ft. 6 in. (137 by 107 cm)

Minor restorations to medalion, field and either side border. by 3 ft. by 107 cm)

KONYA SELÇUKLU HALILARI - 13.Yüzyıl. Halının İslam Sanatı içerisindeki ilk örneği, C. J. LAMM tarafından Mısır’da Fustat’ta (Eski Kahire’de) bulunan Abbasilere ait olduğu sanılan M.S. 8.-9. yy.dan kalan halılardır. Bu halıların Samarra Halısı olduğu düşünülmektedir. 13. yy.dan kalan Selçuklu Halıları, 200–300 yıl sonra üretilmiş Anadolu halıcılığının düzenli ve sürekli gelişimi için iyi birer belgedirler. Selçuklu Halıları, bulundukları yerlere göre temel olarak üç gruba ayrılmaktadır.

KONYA SELÇUKLU HALILARI - 13.Yüzyıl. Halının İslam Sanatı içerisindeki ilk örneği, C. J. LAMM tarafından Mısır’da Fustat’ta (Eski Kahire’de) bulunan Abbasilere ait olduğu sanılan M.S. 8.-9. yy.dan kalan halılardır. Bu halıların Samarra Halısı olduğu düşünülmektedir. 13. yy.dan kalan Selçuklu Halıları, 200–300 yıl sonra üretilmiş Anadolu halıcılığının düzenli ve sürekli gelişimi için iyi birer belgedirler. Selçuklu Halıları, bulundukları yerlere göre temel olarak üç gruba ayrılmaktadır.

"Bachtiar "			  Westpersien  Ende 19. Jhd.  I Razi Hejazian

"Bachtiar " Westpersien Ende 19. Jhd. I Razi Hejazian

Here is an Ottoman court Usak Medallion carpet from around the 16th century.  The focal point of the rug is the central medallion but other, partial, medallions float above and below it, giving the impression that the patterns go on forever.  But if Ottoman court weavers seemed to enjoy creating such illusions of infinity, they were far from the only ones.

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Medallion Ushak carpet, early 17th C: Ottoman Western Anatolia, Ushak region. Medallion Ushak carpets usually have a red or blue field decorated with a floral trellis or leaf tendrils, central medallions and a border containing palmettes on a floral and leaf scroll, and pseudo-kufic characters. This example is partially restored, a typical white-ground field pattern is combined with the Medallion Ushak.

Medallion Ushak carpet, first half of century; Ottoman Western Anatolia, Ushak region Wool, about 90 symmetrical knots per square inch

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