Lotto rugs

Lotto rugs and carpets were produced primarily during the 16th and 17th centuries along the Aegean coast of Anatolia. The name “Lotto rug” refers to depictions with this pattern in paintings by the 16th-century Venetian painter Lorenzo Lotto.

Lot 351. A carpet fragment, an antique Western Anatolian “Lotto”, 17th century, ca 105 x 125 cm. (Bukowskis December 2019)
Lotto rug probably Ushak West Anatolia first half 17th century(Christies 2 May 2019)
‘LOTTO’ RUG. PROBABLY USHAK, WEST ANATOLIA, EARLY 17TH CENTURY. (Christies 25 October 2018)
LOTTO RUG, PROBABLY USHAK, WEST ANATOLIA, FIRST HALF 17TH CENTURY
(Christies 26 April 2018)
Lotto Carpet, Ushak region 137 x 99 cm. Late 17th century. (Rippon Boswell 13 June 2015)
Ushak Lotto-Carpet, west Anatolia, 17th century, 154 x 111 cm. (Nagel 24 March 2015)
Lotto rug 5ft. 7in. x 3ft. 10in. Turkey circa 1700. (Austria Auction Company 15 March 2014)
“Lotto” ushak, West Anatolia, c. 162 x 123 cm, from the end of the 17th century. (Dorotheum 24 September 2013)
A ‘LOTTO’ RUG PROBABLY USHAK, WEST ANATOLIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY (Christies 2 October 2012)
Ushak “Lotto rug” with cloud band border, West Anatolia, 17th century (Nagel 27 March 2012)
Ushak “Lotto” mid 17th century. (Exhibitor David Sorgato at Dealers Fair ICOC Stockholm)

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

 


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