Wannenes auction including antique carpets 25 September 2014

Category: Auctions

Wannenes will hold their next auction including antique carpets and textiles 24-25 September 2014 in Genoa. The 64 carpet lots are sold in the fourth session starting 25 September at 3.30 pm. Wannenes preview exhibition at Palazzo del Melograno will be open for the public 20-23 September 2014, daily 10 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 7 pm.  Most of the rugs, lot 692-744, are from an important Ligurian collection and include antique Caucasian, Anatolian, Persian rugs and carpets and a few Chinese rugs.

Lot 698, a Dösemealti late 19th century. Size 130x125 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 698, a Dosemealti late 19th century. Size 130×125 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 740, a semi-antique Sevan Kazak rug. Size 250x200 cm. Estimate 3,500-4,000 EUR
Lot 740, a semi-antique Sevan Kazak rug. Size 250×200 cm. Estimate 3,500-4,000 EUR
Lot 738, a Tekke main carpet circa 1870. Size 254x211. Estimate 3,000-3,500 EUR
Lot 738, a Tekke main carpet circa 1870. Size 254×211. Estimate 3,000-3,500 EUR
Lot 735, a Qashqai Kaskuli late 19th century. Size 184x130 cm. Estimate 2,800-3,200 EUR
Lot 735, a Qashqai Kaskuli late 19th century. Size 184×130 cm. Estimate 2,800-3,200 EUR
Lot 714, a Shirvan Marasali late 19th century. Size 142x109 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 714, a Shirvan Marasali late 19th century. Size 142×109 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 710, a Kazak Chondzoresk circa 1890. Size 254x157 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 710, a Kazak Chondzoresk circa 1890. Size 254×157 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 705, a 19th century Konya prayer rug 135x100 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR
Lot 705, a 19th century Konya prayer rug 135×100 cm. Estimate 1,800-2,200 EUR

The online catalogue can be found at www.wannenesgroup.com

Location and more information: Wannenes, Palazzo del Melograno, Piazza Campetto, 2, Genoa, Italy

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