Sanguszko carpets

Sanguszko carpets is a group of 16th-17th centuries Safavid Kerman carpets. They are named after the Polish prince Roman Sanguszko who was owner of an excellent example of these Kerman carpets.

Sanguszko carpet
Detail of the 16th century Persian Safavid period Kerman carpet owned by Roman Sanguszko. The carpet is now in the Miho Museum, Japan. (Exhibition ‘The Magnificent Sanguszko Carpets’ in Genoa)
Kerman Sanguzko Carpet (Sanguszko Carpets at Palazzo Rosso in Genoa)
Kerman Sanguzko Carpet (Sanguszko Carpets at Palazzo Rosso in Genoa)
Early Kerman Sanguzko Carpet (Sanguszko Carpets at Palazzo Rosso in Genoa)
Early Kerman Sanguzko Carpet (Sanguszko Carpets at Palazzo Rosso in Genoa)
SANGUSZKO CARPET BORDER FRAGMENT
A Sanguszko border fragment. Kerman first half 17th century. Christies November 2004,