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5’10″x6’6″ Ghirlandaio design Bergama; late 19th century, Western Anatolia (Turkey) Rugs were used by famous portait artists during the renaissance in their paintings to symbolize the wealth of the person…

4’3″x7’3″ Talish Rug, late 19th century, East Caucasus Generally fields of this type are devoid of design.  This example exhibits an interlocking lattice in which we find eight pointed stars.

3’10″x4’10” Melas, c. 3rd quarter 19th century, Southwest Anatolia This carpet, made in Melas (or Milas, after the Greek-founded Turkish Aegean city), has a famous Ottoman design motif present in…