Sartirana photos

Category: Fairs and conferences

This years Sartirana Textile Show took place 14-18 September 2011. Some forty dealers showed some of their best  antique rugs and textiles for the visiting public and for their collegues.

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Carlo Kocman, Rome, in his stand.
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Michael Craycraft and visiting collectors in the stand of Galerie Arabesque.
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Alberto Boralevi showing a 19th century Sardegnian textile wall hanging.
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Early 19th century Persian metal embroidery exhibited by Igor Honkanen.
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Bertram Frauenknecht, Mohammad Zavvar and Mohammad Tehrani in the stand of Tehrani Antique & Contemporary Textile Art.
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Malayer rug exhibited by Area Sisal, Piacenza.
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Asmalyk (applique with silk embroidery) dated 1846. Exhibitor David Sorgato.
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Sarouk Fereghan exhibited by Zamani Majid.
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Moroccan Zemmour flatweave exhibited by Tina Tabone.
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Exhibitor Anatolian Tappeti, Ravenna
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The stand of Chanteh di Kami, Torino.
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The stand of Achemenide, Torino.
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19th century Qashqai rug exhibited by Old Oriental Rug Art, Hamburg
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Shahsevan long rug, earlier than 1800. Exhibitor Foumani Persian Gallery.
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Markus Voigt in his stand.
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Khorasan carpet fragment circa 1700 exhibited by Galerie Arabesque.
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James Cohen in his stand.
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Eber Meschoulam in the antique rug part of his two stands.
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Amrapur carpet by Meschoulam
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Fereghan carpet exhibited by Galleria Mollaian.
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Ismail Neseli, Doga Hali, in front of a Khotan rug.

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