Seljuk carpets

The Seljuks ruled Central Asia and the Middle East from the 11th to 13th centuries. Only a few carpets and fragments from the Anatolian Seljuk period have survived.

A SELJUK CARPET FRAGMENT KONYA, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, 13TH CENTURY
A SELJUK CARPET FRAGMENT KONYA, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, 13TH CENTURY (Christies April 2012)
SELJUK CARPET FRAGMENT KONYA, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, 13TH CENTURY
SELJUK CARPET FRAGMENT KONYA, CENTRAL ANATOLIA, 13TH CENTURY
Carpet from the 13th century Seljuk period found in the Sultan Aleaddin Keykubad Mosque in Konya (Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum in Istanbul)
Carpet from the 13th century Seljuk period found in the Sultan Aleaddin Keykubad Mosque in Konya (Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum in Istanbul)
Kirchheim “Seljuk” fragment. (ACOR 7)
Kirchheim “Seljuk” fragment. (ACOR 7)
Seljuk carpet 13th century – TIEM
Seljuk carpet 13th century – TIEM
Detail of Seljuk carpet fragment 13th century – KEM (Konya Ethnographic Museum)
Detail of Seljuk carpet fragment 13th century – KEM (Konya Ethnographic Museum)
Seljuk carpet 13th century – KEM (Konya Ethnographic Museum)
Seljuk carpet 13th century – KEM (Konya Ethnographic Museum)
Detail Seljuk carpet fragment ca. 1400. (David Collection)
Detail Seljuk carpet fragment ca. 1400. (David Collection)
The "Potala" Rug Fragment
The “Potala” Rug Fragment.(Seljuk carpet) Anatolia, 43 x 73 cm. Carbon dated 1189 – 1283.

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