Anatolia, Late 19th Century, c.1890 


Wool on wood foundation with all vegetal dyes,
a beautiful example of a geometrical bold Konya-Karapinar with unusual colors,
the camel
color ground with a Karapinar medallion with a tulip-studded cruciform center
within a hexagon hooked border with polygons above and below,

bold geometric spandels with flower head motifs, within an usual comb-type geometric border,
the top and bottom with rows of lappets


Note: Konya rugs are among the most collectible of the Anatolian rugs.


Condition: Very good with minor areas of restoration


6' x 3'5''


Price: Please Inquire









Shown Together With :


Pair George I/II Cuban Mahogany Side Chairs

England, c1725-30


George I / II Diminutive Mahogany Fold-Over Demi-Lune Card Table

England, c1730-40

Of "uncommon" half-round small form in heavy dense Cuban timbers


Pair Late 18th Century Silver Neoclassical Tapersticks

c1770, English or Continental


Chinese Export Famille Rose Barber's Bowl, Qianlong

Provenance : Elinor Gordon





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Antique Konya-Karapinar Rug, c1900, Anatolia