Central Anatolian rugs

The Central Anatolian region is a high plateau separated by mountains from the Black Sea to the Taurus mountains and from the Mediterranean regions of the south. Central Anatolia includes Aksaray, Elmadag, Kayseri, Kirsehir, Nevsehir,  Konya and Sivas.

Niche Rug with Animal Border, Central Anatolia 1450-1500. 221 x 135 cm. 
Central Anatolian Rug, , circa 1700. (Austria Auction Company ‘Masterpieces of an Austrian Private Collection’ 16 November 2019)
Early 19th Century Central Anatolian rug comes from the village of Kavak near Konya.
18th century central anatolian rug, mounted, 120x180cm. (Exhibitor Mark Berkovich ICOC Carpet Fair)
Central Anatolian rug. (Exhibitor Marvadim at BARE)
Fragment of a Central Anatolian long rug, 18th/19th century. Size 118 x 91 cm. (Nagel 11 September 2012)

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