Saddle rugs at the Sartirana Textile Show

Category: Exhibitions

The ongoing Sartirana Textile Show includes an important, and sophisticated mounted, special educational exhibition of Chinese, Inner Mongolian and Tibetan saddle rugs from the de Jong and de Rode Collection.

“My mission with my study and this exhibition is to show rugs as a form of art, objects that should be dealt with respect and not considered just as floor covering.” said Koos De Jong to Jozan Magazine.

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Koos de Jong pointing out details in a saddle rug.
The de Jong and de Rode Collection
The de Jong and de Rode Collection on display at Sartirana Castle.
The de Jong and de Rode Collection
More saddle rugs from the de Jong and de Rode Collection
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Ningxia under saddle rug second half 18th century.
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Ningxia top saddle rug last quarter 18th century.
Ningxia under saddle rug
Ningxia under saddle rug second half 18th century.
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Inner Mongolian under saddle rug third quarter 19th century.
Tibetan under saddle rug
Tibetan under saddle rug 19th century or earlier.
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Tibetan under saddle rug late 19th century.
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Tibetan under saddle rug second half 19th century.

The result of Koos de Jong’s study will be published in the next issue of Hali and later in a book.

Sartirana Textile Show runs through Sunday 18 September and opening hours Saturday are 10.00 – 23.00. Opening hours Sunday are 10.00 – 20.00.

Location and more information: Sartirana Textile Show 14-18 September, Sartirana Castle, Sartirana Lomellina, Italy.

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