Transylvanian rugs

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Transylvanian rugs (Siebenbürgen rugs) are 17th-18th centuries Anatolian rugs found in protestant churches in the Romanian and Hungarian part of Transylvania.

OUSHAK ‘TRANSYLVANIAN’ RUG, WEST ANATOLIA. Late 17th Century. Approximately 162 by 130 cm. (Sothebys 10 June 2020)
Transylvanian Double Niche Rug, West Anatolia, 17th century. 158 x 120 cm. (Austria Auction Company 16 November 2019)
Lot 69. Transylvanian Carpet,West Anatolia (Turkey), c. 157 x 123 cm, mid-17th century. (Dorotheum to sell the Adil Besim Collection)
“Transylvanian” prayer rug, so called “Siebenbürger Teppich”, Ottoman Empire 17th. century. (Exhibitor Hans Homm)
Transylvanian double niche carpet mid 18th century. Size 159 (168) x 124 cm. (Dorotheum 28 February 2018)
Transylvanian Siebenburger. Mid 17th century, 172 x 116 cm. (Austria Auction Company 28 November 2015)
Transylvanian niche carpet 171 x 116 cm. Second half 17th century. (Rippon Boswell 13 June 2015)
Transylvanian Niche Carpet 184 x 134 cm. Second half 17th century. (Rippon Boswell 13 June 2015)
Transylvanian rug. (Ottoman carpets – exhibition in Berlin)
Transylvanian rug 17th century Usak (Ottoman Turkish Carpets – Exhibition in the Museum of Applied Arts)
Transylvanian rug, Usak first half 17th century. (Ottoman Turkish Carpets – Exhibition in the Museum of Applied Arts)
LOT 51, A TRANSYLVANIAN DOUBLE-NICHE RUG, WEST ANATOLIA, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY. (Christies 21 April 2015)

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