Christies ‘Oriental Rugs & Carpets’ 8 October in London

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Christies next carpet specialist auction ‘Oriental Rugs and Carpets’ will take place 8 October 2013 in King Street London. The preview exhibition in King Street will be open for the public Friday 4 October from 9 am – 4:30 pm, Saturday 5 October 12 pm – 5 pm, Sunday 6 October 12 pm – 5 pm and Monday 7 October 9 am – 4:30 pm. The auction with 172 carpet lots starts Tuesday 8 October at 11 am.

This auction includes a broad range of exclusive, collectable and decorative antique rugs and carpets from Persia, Caucasus, Anatolia, East Turkestan and China.

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LOT 24. A CHELABERD RUG, SOUTH CAUCASUS, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY EST. £30,000 – £50,000
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LOT 25. A TRANSCAUCASIAN RUG 18TH CENTURY. EST. £120,000 – £180,000
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LOT 72. A BESHIR PRAYER RUG, MIDDLE AMU DARYA REGION, CIRCA 1800. EST. £20,000 – £30,000
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LOT 107. A HERIZ CARPET, NORTH WEST PERSIA, CIRCA 1880. EST. £8,000 – £12,000
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LOT 138. A WHITE GROUND ‘STAR’ KAZAK RUG, SOUTH CAUCASUS, MID 19TH CENTURY. EST. £40,000 – £60,000
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LOT 144. A HERIZ CARPET, NORTH WEST PERSIA, CIRCA 1880. EST. £15,000 – £20,000
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LOT 151. A ‘TRANSYLVANIAN‘ PRAYER RUG, WEST ANATOLIA, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY. EST. £12,000 – £18,000
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Lot 152. A LADIK DOUBLE COLUMN PRAYER RUG, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, LATE 17TH CENTURY. EST. £12,000 – £18,000

Christies catalogue can be found online.

Location and more information: Christies, King Street, London

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