Lot 3
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A KARABAGH FRAGMENTARY TRANSITIONAL 'BLOSSOM' CARPET, SOUTH CAUCASUS |

Estimate
1,500 - 2,500 GBP
Sold
10,625 GBP
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Description

Provenance

Christie's New York, December 17, 1996, lot 212

Catalogue Note

For discussion and examples of pieces from the transitional floral and floral group, see Yetkin (1978), Vols I & II, pp. 41-22, & pp. 44-74, plates 24-55. For a similar carpet fragment, late 18th century (390 by 195cm): Türk ve Islâm Eserleri Museum (TIEM), Istanbul (Inv. no. 881 -1-3: Evkaf depot), see Vol.I., pl.37 (also cover illustration). Yetkin (1978): Şerare Yetkin, Early Caucasian Carpets in Turkey, Vol. I & II, Oguz Press Ltd, London, 1978, Vol. II, Chp. 2, The Transition from the Dragon to the Floral Carpets, pp.41-22, & Chp. 3., Floral Carpets, pp. 44-74, together with Vol. I, plates 24-55.

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