Dragon carpets

Dragon carpets include motifs of stylized dragons giving the name “Dragon Carpets” to this type of rugs produced in south Caucasus.

East Caucasian Dragon Carpet
East Caucasian Dragon Carpet 249 x 198 cm. Azerbaijan, late 17th or early 18th century. (Austria Auction Company 25 April 2020)
Ajdahali (Dragon) Carpet
Ajdahali (Dragon) Carpet. Karabakh, Azerbaijan. 17th century. Warp, weft – cotton, wool, pile – wool. 198×435 cm. Inv. No. 9388. Bequeathed to the Azarbaijan National Carpet Museum by the American collector Grover Schilz in 2014. (Azarbaijan National Carpet Museum)
Caucasian Dragon Carpet
Lot 15. Caucasian Dragon Carpet, Caucasus, late 18th century / early 19th century. 351 x 190 cm. (Austria Auction Company 16 November 2019)
17th c. Dragon carpet (Baku Carpet Museum – 14th International Conference on Oriental Carpets)
17th c. Dragon carpet (Baku Carpet Museum – 14th International Conference on Oriental Carpets)
A SOUTH CAUCASIAN DRAGON CARPET PROBABLY KARABAGH, LATE 18TH CENTURY (Christies 2 October 2012)
A SOUTH CAUCASIAN DRAGON CARPET PROBABLY KARABAGH, LATE 18TH CENTURY (Christies 2 October 2012)

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