Featured in the upcoming Carpets and Textiles online auction is a Persian Tabriz carpet. This rug was likely made in the city of Tabriz, one of the oldest rug weaving centers in present-day northwest Iran. It bears a pattern of flowers and hexagons in shades of brown, tan, and black.
Also showcased in this Stair Galleries auction is an Egyptian Ottoman Cairene prayer rug. The Cairene rug is believed to have been made in or near Cairo between the 15th and 18th centuries. It depicts two decorated columns and a hanging basket on a red background. A floral pattern edges the rug. Also in the sale is a modern French Jacquard-woven carpet and a framed Democratic Republic of the Congo painted bark cloth. A brown and tan Persian Heriz carpet and a red and maroon Thracian Kilim rug will be available as well. View the entire collection and place a bid by visiting Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (57), Textiles & Tapestries (6), Furniture (51), Rugs & Carpets (51), American Indian & Ethnographic (4)
# of Lots:57
Price Range:$200 - $6,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Persian Tabriz Carpet||
|Egyptian Ottoman Cairene Prayer Rug||
|Persian Heriz Carpet||
|Thracian Kilim Carpet||
|Modern French Jacquard-Woven Carpet, Designed by Jacques A. Luzeau||
|Democratic Republic of the Congo Painted Bark Cloth, Mbuti Culture||
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Decorative Arts
- Rugs & Carpets
- Textiles & Tapestries
- Ghom rug
- Thracian Kilim
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