Chatarina Hartman Ushak Bird rug, dated 1664, Bruckenthal Museum, Sibiu (Muzeul National Brukenthal, inv. no: 2184), Romania. Formerly in the Evangelical Church, Sibiu  Donor inscription: CHATARINA HARTMAN VEREHRET AN DIE GROS KIRCHE 1664  illustrated in Stefano Ionescu's "Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania"

Chatarina Hartman Ushak Bird rug, dated 1664, Bruckenthal Museum, Sibiu (Muzeul National Brukenthal, inv. no: 2184), Romania. Formerly in the Evangelical Church, Sibiu Donor inscription: CHATARINA HARTMAN VEREHRET AN DIE GROS KIRCHE 1664 illustrated in Stefano Ionescu's "Antique Ottoman Rugs in Transylvania"

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  Anatolian carpet in a blue ground, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) Anatolian carpet in a blue ground, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  Anatolian carpet in a blue ground, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) Anatolian carpet in a blue ground, Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  17th century Bergama rug with Memling Gul motifs, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: 290 acquired from the Çarşamba Mehmet Ağa Camii

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) 17th century Bergama rug with Memling Gul motifs, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul, inventory no: 290 acquired from the Çarşamba Mehmet Ağa Camii

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  Anatolian village rug fragment, 16th century. Konya Ethnographic Museum, Turkey

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) Anatolian village rug fragment, 16th century. Konya Ethnographic Museum, Turkey

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  XVII century Anatolian village offset rug fragment, published Orient Stars  XVII century Anatolian village rug fragment, published Orient Stars. A carpet collection Hardcover by Heinrich Kirchheim, plate 216   Note: All of the design elements, with the exception of the small stepped forms in the hexagon centers, were executed with offset knotting.

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) XVII century Anatolian village offset rug fragment, published Orient Stars XVII century Anatolian village rug fragment, published Orient Stars. A carpet collection Hardcover by Heinrich Kirchheim, plate 216 Note: All of the design elements, with the exception of the small stepped forms in the hexagon centers, were executed with offset knotting.

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  Anatolian rug fragment, published at Erdmann, K., Seven Hundred Years of Oriental Rugs, p.121. TIEM inv. no: 291. 108x227cm

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) Anatolian rug fragment, published at Erdmann, K., Seven Hundred Years of Oriental Rugs, p.121. TIEM inv. no: 291. 108x227cm

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  Anatolian rug fragment, XVII-XVIII century, published at 'Antique Rugs of Kurdistan – A Historical Legacy of Woven Art'

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) Anatolian rug fragment, XVII-XVIII century, published at 'Antique Rugs of Kurdistan – A Historical Legacy of Woven Art'

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES)  16th century Anatolian rug fragment with animal figures and kilim features in offset knotting. Berlin Museum of Islamic Arts

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) 16th century Anatolian rug fragment with animal figures and kilim features in offset knotting. Berlin Museum of Islamic Arts

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) An Anatolian rug which was sold to the Berlin Museum by Julius-Harry Loytved in the early 20th century. The rug was destroyed during the Bombing of Berlin in 1945 (World War II). Inv. no: 946   116x192 cm Acquired in Konya in 1908.

OTTOMAN CARPETS IN THE XVI - XVII CENTURIES (16-17TH CENTURIES) An Anatolian rug which was sold to the Berlin Museum by Julius-Harry Loytved in the early 20th century. The rug was destroyed during the Bombing of Berlin in 1945 (World War II). Inv. no: 946 116x192 cm Acquired in Konya in 1908.

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