Central Anatolian Rug
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Central Anatolian Rug, late 17th/early 18th century, the blue-green eight-pointed star inset with a chocolate brown octagon on a red field with medium blue floating brackets at each corner, all within a border comprised of aubergine, blue, red, terra-cotta, and blue-green latch-hooked polygons with rosettes, ribbon minor border, 5 ft. 7 in. x 3 ft. 11 in.
Literature: For examples with similar design elements please see Seltene Orientteppiche V, Eberhart Herrmann, no. 10, p. 26; and Carpets of the Vakiflar Museum Istanbul, Belkis Balpinar and Udo Hirsch, 1988, no. 48, p. 273.
rewoven area at right center, both sides reselvaged, remnants of lappets at bottom end
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