751 | Rugs & Carpets, Textiles & Islamic Art
A Choice of Highlights


Auction Date:
12th September 2017

Viewing:
06th - 09th September 2017, 11 am to 6 pm,
12th September 2017, 9 am to 12 am


Antique Baluchi rugs

Formerly collection Michael Craycraft


A fine selection of Tibetan rugs

Tibetan Rugs from the collection of Abdol Rahim Dilmanian and Erik Dilmanian


A splendid Senneh carpet

West Persia, c. 1880

200 x 126 cm (6'6'' x 4'1'')

Property from the important collection of Abdi Roubeni, Hamburg.



A rare Khamseh tribal rug

South Persia, late 19th ct.

220 x 145 cm (7'2'' x 4'8'')

From the estate of a doctor's family old private collection in Göttingen





An outstanding and monumental "palace-carpet" with "Ardebil" design

Mashad, Khorassan-area, Northeast Persia, c. 1920.

1107 x 550 cm (36'3'' x 18'1'')

From the estate of an old West German private collection





A monumental Agra carpet with the coat of arms of the Fremlin family and with outstanding provenance

North India, c. 1900

812 x 686 cm (26'6'' x 22'5'')

The carpet was a gift to the German Emperor, Wilhelm II. from the House of Hohenzollern.

In the property of the House of Hohenzollern until the 1950s.

At that time acquired by the Württembergische Bank AG. Consigned for auction out of direct property of the Baden-Württembergische Bank.




An antique Shirvan long rug

East Caucasus, 19th ct.

220 x 116 cm (7'2'' x 3'8'')

From the estate of an old West German private collection.
Published: Eder, Kaukasische Teppiche, Munich 1979, fig. 261.


An antique Nim Suzani silk embroidery

Emirate Bukhara, 19th ct.

160 x 112 cm (5'2'' x 3'7'')

From the estate of a doctor's family old private collection in Göttingen



A Kuba Tchi Tchi rug

Eastern Caucasus,
2nd half 19th ct.

124 x 97 cm (4'1" x 3'2")



A silk Tabriz ''Hadji Jallili'' prayer rug

North West Persia, late 19th ct.

163 x 118 cm (5'3'' x 3'9'')




A three medaillon Lori-Pambak Kazak rug

Caucasus, c. 1900
(inscribed 1332 = 1914 AD)

281 x 169 cm (9'3" x 5'6")

From the estate of an old West German private collection


A figural Kashan Motashem
"The coronation of
Nader Shah Afshar",
Ruling Shah of Persia from
1736 to 1747

Central Persia, late 19th ct.

200 x 134 cm (6'6" x 4'4")

Property from an old South German private collection



A published Saryk main carpet

Turkmenistan, mid 19th ct.

280 x 234 cm (9'3" x 7'7")

From the estate of an old West German private collection

Published in: Uwe Jourdan, Turkmenische Teppiche (Battenberg, Vol. 4), Munich 1989, fig. 15.