Daghestan rugs

Daghestan is known for their prayer rugs. Daghestan is a republic of Russia located along the shore of the Caspian Sea, in the North Caucasus.

Lot 303 Daghestan prayer rug
Lot 303. Daghestan Prayer Rug, Caucasus, ca. 1875; 4 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 8 in. (Grogan 5 May 2019)
Daghestan carpet
Daghestan carpet. (Recai Teppiche at STS 2018)
Daghestan prayer rug
Daghestan prayer rug, 134 x 112 cm. Caucasus, mid 19th century. App. one million knots per square meter.(Austria Auction Company 18 June 2018)
Lot 371. Daghestan white field dated prayer rug, north east Caucasus, late 19th century, 4ft. 8in. x 3ft. 1in. 1.42m. x 0.94m. Estimate: £1500-2000
Daghestan white field dated prayer rug, north east Caucasus, late 19th century, 4ft. 8in. x 3ft. 1in. 1.42m. x 0.94m. (Netherhampton Salerooms 17 May 2017)
Lot 54. Daghestan, Caucasus ca. 1880, 4ft. 7in. x 3ft. 11in. Estimate: € 2500 – 3500
Lot 54. Daghestan, Caucasus ca. 1880, 4ft. 7in. x 3ft. 11in. (Austria Auction Company 26 September 2015)
Yellow ground Daghestan, second half 19th century. Exhibitor Serkan Sari
Yellow ground Daghestan, second half 19th century. (Exhibitor Serkan Sari at STS 2015)
Daghestan prayer rug from the 19th century. Size 134 x 98 cm. (Preview Bruun Rasmussen rug auction 14 June 2005)
Daghestan prayer rug from the 19th century. Size 134 x 98 cm. (Preview Bruun Rasmussen rug auction 14 June 2005)
Lot 22. Daghestan prayer rug, North East Caucasus. 128 x 100 cm. Second half 19th century. Estimate 4,000.00 €
Daghestan prayer rug, North East Caucasus. 128 x 100 cm. Second half 19th century. (Rippon Boswell 31 May 2014)
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DAGHESTAN PRAYER RUG, Caucasus, late 19th century. (Grogan October 2013)
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Daghestan prayer rug, approximately 4ft. 2in. x 3ft. 6in. (127x106cm). Caucasus circa 1850. (Austria Auction Company 21 September 2013)
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DAGHESTAN PRAYER RUG, Caucasus, possible dated 1296, circa 1875; four feet 10 inches x 3 feet 7 inches. (Grogan 16 October 2011)

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