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Major Spring Auction

Saturday 28. May 2022 at 3 p.m.

175 Lots
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1.072 USD1 Euro
  • Herrmann AT&T 5

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    • Lot1
    • OriginMunich-Emmetten
    • Dimensions45 x 32 cm
    • Age1995
    • Result EUR2,728

    HERRMANN, EBERHART, Asiatische Teppich- und Textilkunst 5. Munich / Emmetten 1995 - Blue case containing 108 large-format colour plates and 108 accompanying descriptions as well as 5 diagrams drawn on transparent foils. Low volume private print, published without a flyleaf providing bibliographic details and without a preface. Very rare. - As new.


  • Herrmann - 10 exhibition catalogues

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    • Lot2
    • OriginMunich
    • Dimensions31 x 22 cm
    • Age1978 - 1988
    • Result EUR1,375

    HERRMANN, EBERHART, Von Lotto bis Tekke. Seltene Orientteppiche aus vier Jahrhunderten. Munich 1978 (hardcover edition) *** Von Uschak bis  Yarkand. Seltene Orientteppiche II. Munich 1979 *** Von Konya bis Kokand. Seltene Orientteppiche III. Munich 1980 *** Seltene  Orientteppiche IV. Munich 1982 *** Seltene Orientteppiche V. Munich  1983 *** Seltene Orientteppiche VI. Munich 1984 *** Seltene  Orientteppiche VII. Munich 1985 *** Seltene Orientteppiche VIII. Munich 1986 *** Seltene Orientteppiche IX. Munich 1987 *** Seltene  Orientteppiche X. Munich 1988. - Torn spine in SOT I, the condition of all other books is as new.


  • Herrmann - 5 exhibition catalogues

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    • Lot3
    • OriginMunich
    • Dimensions31 x 22 cm
    • Age1989 - 1993
    • Result EUR1,364

    HERRMANN, EBERHART, Asiatische Teppich- und Textilkunst 1. Munich 1989 *** Asiatische Teppich- und Textilkunst 2. Munich 1990 *** Asiatische Teppich- und Textilkunst 3. Munich 1991 *** Asiatische Teppich- und Textilkunst 4. Munich 1992 *** Kaukasische Teppichkunst im 19. Jahrhundert. Ein Bilderbuch. Munich 1993. - As new.


  • Ertuğ - Turkish Carpets

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    • Lot4
    • OriginIstanbul
    • Dimensions37,5 x 26,5 cm
    • Age1996
    • Result EUR465

    ERTUĞ, AHMET (ed.), Turkish Carpets from the 13th-18th centuries. Includes essays by Dr Nazan Ölçer, Dr Volkmar Enderlein, Dr Ferenc  Bátari and Dr John Mills. Istanbul 1996 - The publication documents the eponymous exhibition held at the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Istanbul. Large-format colour plates illustrate 163 historic carpets. Linen cover with gilt embossing, presented in a slipcase. – As new.


  • Ertuğ - Anatolian Carpets

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    • Lot5
    • OriginBern
    • Dimensions47 x 38 cm
    • Age1999
    • Result EUR868

    ERTUĞ, AHMET (publ.), Anatolian Carpets. Masterpieces From The Museum Of Turkish And Islamic Arts Istanbul. Bern 1999. - Two volumes presented in a slipcase bound in red cloth. Vol. I - Text: Dr Nazan Ölçer & Professor Walter Denny; technical analysis: Nils Rüters; photography and coordination: Ahmet Ertuğ. Vol. II - 140 large-format plates providing illustrations of the carpets. - Very good condition.


  • Kazak Long Rug

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    • Lot6
    • OriginSouth West Caucasus
    • Dimensions304 x 100 cm
    • Agesecond half 19th century
    • Result EUR4,464

    This red-ground long rug features a repeat of five slender offset trees decorated with hooked diamonds and serrated palmettes. The white-ground border contains hexagons in varying colours aligned in a row. The published examples of this rare Kazak group are virtually indistinguishable and probably originate from the same location, although as yet this has not been identified. Features that differ from other Kazaks are the wealth of brilliant and diverse colours as well as the border ornamentation, which would be more typical of Saliani or Chajli rugs. They are assumed to be Armenian weavings. – Good condition, only minor repairs. The selvedges have been repaired on both sides.


    Literature:
    RIPPON BOSWELL, A 43, 18 November 1995, lot 103; A 60, 17 May 2003, lot 150

    • Lot7
    • OriginSouth East Caucasus
    • Dimensions279 x 106 cm
    • Agelate 19th century
    • Result EUR2,858

    An antique Moghan featuring a two-row Memling gül design and a white-ground border of hooked diamonds and pairs of triangles. - Replaced sides, somewhat reduced ends, otherwise well preserved.


    Literature:
    RIPPON BOSWELL, A 94, 17 November 2018, lot 217

  • Kazak Long Rug

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    • Lot9
    • OriginSouth West Caucasus
    • Dimensions249 x 112 cm
    • Agesecond half 19th century
    • Result EUR4,712

    The field of this rare Kazak is divided into five rectangles separated by a continuous surrounding border. Alternately green and red, the rectangles contain a central hooked diamond enclosing a large cross, surrounded by decorative designs and four animals in the corners. The diamonds decorated with diagonal arms in the main border resemble crabs or spiders. – Original selvedges, repiled lower right corner and finish. Somewhat reduced upper finish, a number of repiled areas in the field.


    Literature:
    RIPPON BOSWELL, A 79, 26 November 2011, lot 188

  • Reyhanli Camel Cover

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    • Lot11
    • OriginSouth East Anatolia, Gaziantep
    • Dimensions458 x 161 cm
    • Agemid 19th century
    • Result EUR3,968

    The field and the two wide borders of this long and narrow kilim were woven separately and then joined. The rare design in the white field consists of undulating bands in diverse colours, arranged in a mirror-image composition around three hexagons placed at the centre of the field. This kilim was probably woven by a Reyhanli nomad tribal group in the Gaziantep region and served as a camel cover. Böhmer has published a similar example. – Very good condition.


    Literature:
    BÖHMER, HARALD, Nomaden in Anatolien. Ganderkesee 2004, ill. p. 223

  • Şarköy Kilim

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    • Lot12
    • OriginSouth East Europe, Bulgaria
    • Dimensions265 x 200 cm
    • Agesecond half 19th century
    • Result EUR6,820

    This gorgeous Şarköy kilim was made in one of the villages in the western part of Bulgaria, close to the border of former Yugoslavia. This is why the old trade name for these pieces was "Pirot” kilim. Framed by three borders of geometric and floral motifs, the whole of the red field is filled by a dark blue tree of life drawn in mirror image, with sprawling branches that point upwards. – A number of minor holes, otherwise well preserved, original finishes all around.


    Literature:
    ÖLÇER, NAZAN, Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art: KILIMS. Istanbul 1989, pl. 77