Turkish Oushak rugs date back to the 15th century and are known as masterpieces in the weaving industry. Oushak rugs were produced during the reign of the Ottoman empire in a small Anatolia town. Easily accessible wool and natural dyes helped kickstart broad commercial production. Leading the upcoming Nazmiyal Auctions event is a 1910s Turkish Oushak carpet. The available piece features traditional Oushak geometric motifs, a central medallion, and angular patterns. The auction also showcases Oushak rugs in subdued shades of saffron and apricot.
Another highlight is a Persian Kerman rug decorated with floral designs and soft beige tones. The early 1900s rug is lightly dyed and is a strong example of hand-knotted Persian carpets. Also showcased is a Swedish Kilim by Marianne Richter for Marta Maas Fjetterstrom. This Modernist rug by Richter carries organic and earthy influences. The vintage rug collection coming to auction will present traditional Turkish, Moroccan, Caucasian, and Indian rugs. Collectors can also explore Serapi, Chinese, and Khotan carpets and tapestries. Register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:160
Price Range:$200 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Circa 1910 Turkish Oushak carpet.|| Estimate: |
|Circa 1900 Persian Kerman rug.|| Estimate: |
|Circa 1900 Persian Serapi carpet.|| Estimate: |
|Circa 1950 Swedish Kilim by Marianne Richter for Marta Maas Fjetterstrom.|| Estimate: |
|Circa 1880 Chinese carpet.|| Estimate: |
|Circa 1900 Khotan rug, East Turkestan.|| Estimate: |