751 | Rugs & Carpets, Textiles & Islamic Art
A Choice of Highlights

12th September 2017





An outstanding and monumental "palace-carpet" with "Ardebil" design

Mashad, Khorassan-area, Northeast Persia, c. 1920.

1117 x 550 cm (36'7'' x 18'1'')

From the estate of an old West German private collection




An impressive "palace-carpet" with the coat of arms of the Fremlin family

Agra, India, c. 1910

812 x 686 cm (26'6'' x 22'5'')

Property of
Baden-Württembergische Bank


An antique Shirvan long rug

East Caucasus, 19th ct.

220 x 116 cm (7'2'' x 3'8'')

From the estate of an old West German private collection.
Published: Eder, Kaukasische Teppiche, Munich 1979, fig. 261.


An antique Nim Suzani silk embroidery

Emirate Bukhara, 19th ct.

160 x 112 cm (5'2'' x 3'7'')

From the estate of a doctor's family old private collection in Göttingen


A Kuba Tchi Tchi rug

Eastern Caucasus,
2nd half 19th ct.

124 x 97 cm (4'1" x 3'2")


A silk Tabriz ''Hadji Jallili'' prayer rug

North West Persia, late 19th ct.

163 x 118 cm (5'3'' x 3'9'')


A three medaillon Lori-Pambak Kazak rug

Caucasus, c. 1900
(inscribed 1332 = 1914 AD)

281 x 169 cm (9'3" x 5'6")

From the estate of an old West German private collection


A figural Kashan Motashem
"The coronation of
Nader Shah Afshar",
Ruling Shah of Persia from
1736 to 1747

Central Persia, late 19th ct.

200 x 134 cm (6'6" x 4'4")

Property from an old South German private collection


A published Saryk main carpet

Turkmenistan, mid 19th ct.

280 x 234 cm (9'3" x 7'7")

From the estate of an old West German private collection

Published in: Uwe Jourdan, Turkmenische Teppiche (Battenberg, Vol. 4), Munich 1989, fig. 15.