KashgarHome » Auction prices » East Turkestan rugs » KashgarRippon Boswell Major Spring Auktion 25 May 2019. Lot 199. Kashgar Saf, Central Asia, East Turkestan, 189 x 99 cm. First half 19th century. A fragment of a multiple prayer rug (saf) from the Kashgar oasis. The surviving section consists of four mihrab fields which are still connected and show three different types of interior drawing on a green, red, dark blue and another red ground. Signs of age and wear, old repairs and missing areas, the vertical outer border on the right has been repiled. Mounted onto canvas. Estimate EUR 5,800. Sold EUR 9,840Rippon Boswell ‘Major Spring Auction’ 29 May 2021. Lot 126. Kashgar Sitting Rug, Central Asia, East Turkestan, 103 x 114 cm. 18th century. Signs of age and wear, low pile, cut sides, replaced selvedges, both ends slightly reduced. Estimate EUR 7,500. Sold EUR 7,440Christies ‘Art of the Islamic and Indian Worlds Including Oriental Rugs and Carpets’ 25 June 2020. Lot 201. A SILK KASHGAR CARPET TARIM BASIN, EAST TURKESTAN, LATE 18TH CENTURY, Of ‘Mughal lattice’ design, woven on polychrome banded silk warps, minor spots of localised wear, localised corrosion, a few old repairs. 13ft.10in. x 7ft.3in. (422cm. x 221cm.) Estimate GBP 20,000 – GBP 30,000. Price realised GBP 12,500.