Ladik rugs

Several towns in Anatolia are named Ladik. The town famous for rug weaving is located in Central Anatolia northwest of Konya. This eductaional gallery includes Ladik prayer rugs from the 17th-19th centuries.

Anatolian rug Ladik Double Column – mid 18th century. (Exhibitor Lombardo & Partners Hali Fair 2019)
Ladik prayer carpet from the 17th century. (International Conference on Oriental Carpets 2007 in Istanbul)
18th century Ladik prayer rug found in the Serafettin Mosque in Konya.(Vakiflar Hali Museum, Istanbul)
Six panel Ladik prayer rug, second half 17th century (Ottoman Turkish Carpets – Exhibition in the Museum of Applied Arts)
LADIK PRAYER RUG, West Anatolia, circa 1800 150 x 127 cm. (Bonhams 8 April 2014)
From the Collection of the late Ambassador Burton Y. Berry. A Ladik prayer rug, Central Anatolia. 18th century. Approximately 160 x 112cm. (Sothebys 31 January 2014)
A LADIK DOUBLE COLUMN PRAYER RUG, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, LATE 17TH CENTURY. (Christies 8 October 2013)
Lot 67. Ladik prayer rug 170 x 102 cm, first half 19th century. (Dorotheum 27 May 2013)

Lot 849. A Ladik prayer rug 18th century 188 x 112 cm (Wannenes 28 November 2012)

A Ladik prayer rug circa 1800 (Exhibited by Mohammad Tehrani at Sartirana 2012)

Images in the Ladik rug gallery are published with permission from auction houses, dealers, collectors or museums.

 


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