Swedish weavingsHome » Oriental rugs and textiles » Textiles » Swedish weavings Sub menu: Flamskäv, Marta Maas Fjetterström, Rölakan,The educational photo-gallery with Swedish weavings is one of the first published sections of Jozan Magazine.Lot 292. A carriage cushion fragment, tapestry weave, “Den innelykta fågeln”, ca 52 x 67 cm, Scania (Sweden). Estimate 1.113 – 1.391 EURLot 522. Trensaflossa (inserted pile) carriage seat cover, Skane, southern Sweden, 40in. x 20½in. 102cm. x 52cm. The faded plain weave yellow field with the intials CT above the date of 1702 in inserted pile. Estimate: £500-800Lot 53, a first half 18th century table cloth, Småland, SwedenThe Skog Church Tapestry is a 12th Century tapestry, from the Skog Church in Hälsingland, Sweden. Photo courtesy Gabriel Hildebrandt/The Museum of National AntiquitiesSkane flatweave tapestry, South Sweden, 18th century. Exhibitor SMY Motamedi.Swedish Folk Weavings. Skåne 1780-1800. Exhibitor Amin MotamediSwedish flatwoven bridal cover dated 1847. Exhibitor Amin MotamediLot 539. Swedish linen panel, early 19th century. 86in. x 28in., 218cm. x 71cm. Estimate: £300-600Swan 18th C Swedish pieced cushionTraditional Zone Swedish Kilim Orange Modernist Peacock Mid-20th century152 x 196cm dealer: The Nemati Collection, New YorkImages in the Swedish weaving gallery are published with permission from auction houses, dealers, collectors or museums.