Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestries at Dorotheum

Category: Auctions

Dorotheum’s next carpet specialist auction ‘Oriental Carpets, Textiles and Tapestries’ will take place 24 September 2013 at Palais Dorotheum in Vienna. The preview exhibition will be open for the public from 18-24 September and the auction itself starts 24 September at 16.00. This auction includes 201 carpet, textile and tapestry lots and among the offered carpets are several very old Anatolian rugs and carpets. Collebtable and antique Persian, Caucasian, Chinese and Turkoman rugs and carpets are also present together with antique kilims and textiles.

Konya village rug
Lot 13, a Konya village rug from the end of the 18th century. Size 171 x 134 cm. Estimate 22.000 – 28.000 EUR
A25
Lot 25, a 17th century Anatolian Star Ushak 274 x 187 cm. Estimate 20.000 – 26.000 EUR
A35
Lot 35, a Heriz carpet, 390 x 297 cm, from around 1870. Estimate 10.000 – 15.000 EUR
DOROTHEUM
Lot 88, a Central Anatolian Yatak, 170 x 160 cm, circa 1850. Estimate 12.000 – 16.000 Euro
A94
Lot 94, Moghan, South Caucasus, c. 181 x 117 cm, about 1870. Estimate 3.000 – 4.000 EUR
DOROTHEUM
Lot 104, an Ersari, South Turkestan, c. 266 x 186 cm, circa 1850, central carpet of the Ersari tribes. Estimate 6.000 – 9.000 EUR
A123
Lot 123, a 17th century Medallion Ushak 210 x 130 cm. Estimate 24.000 – 30.000 EUR
DOROTHEUM
Lot 131, a “Lottoushak, West Anatolia, c. 162 x 123 cm, from the end of the 17th century, Estimate 25.000 – 30.000 EUR
A177
Lot 177, Karadja, Northwest Persia, c. 383 x 310 cm, end of the 19th century. Estimate 7.000 – 9.000 EUR
A185
Lot 185, a Tachte Shirvan, East Caucasus, c. 163 x 154 cm, dated 1903. Estimate 3.800 – 4.500 EUR

The online catalogue for this auction can be found at Dorotheum’s website.

Location and more information: Dorotheum, Palais Dorotheum, Dorotheergasse 17, A-1010 Vienna

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