Mamluk carpets

Cairo, Egypt, is considered to be the origin of Mamluk carpet weaving in the last quarter of the fifteenth century, and production continued until the mid-sixteenth century. Dispite that disputes regarding the stylistic origins of these carpets continue.

Mamluk carpet fragment, Cairo. Late 15th century or early 16th century. Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin (Jozan archive)
Mamluk carpet fragment, Cairo. Late 15th century or early 16th century. Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin (Jozan archive)
The 'Simonetti' Carpet
The ‘Simonetti’ Carpet. Likely produced in Egypt ca. 1500 under the Mamluk dynasty. Photo Seref Ozen.
MAMLUK CARPET
A MAMLUK CARPET, EGYPT, PROBABLY CAIRO, SECOND HALF 15TH CENTURY OR EARLY 16TH CENTURY.
The Baillet-Latour Mamluk Carpet
The Baillet-Latour Mamluk Carpet, Egypt probably Cairo early 16th century.
A MAMLUK CARPET EGYPT
A MAMLUK CARPET EGYPT, PROBABLY CAIRO, SECOND HALF 15TH CENTURY 
Mamluk carpet
Mamluk carpet, Egypt, Cairo, first half 16th century
Pile “Mamluk carpet”
Pile “Mamluk carpet” wool, Egypt, 1st quarter of 16th century (The Collection of Islamic Art, The David Collection)
Detail Mamluk carpet.
Detail “Mamluk carpet”. Early 16th century Egypt. (David Collection)
Mamluk, Cairo first half 16th century. MAK Vienna
Mamluk, Cairo first half 16th century. MAK Vienna