Nagel Stuttgart, Rugs, Carpets & Ethnographic Art, 9 September 2014
Auktionshaus Nagel in Stuttgart kick off the Autumn rug season with a hefty sale of 369 lots with a wide variety of consignments of oriental carpets and textiles – including a handful of older Turkish rugs and another tranche of Turkmen pieces from the very large collection of Dr Werner Loges in Lübeck – as well as antiques and tribal art and the Islamic pottery collection F. J. Amon.
Only a few carpets stand out, some of which are shown below.
Lot 11. A Menderes Valley village rug, West Anatolia, 18th/19th century. 336 x 204 cm. Estimate €10,000
Lot 21. An Ushak “Lotto Carpet” with a golden ground border in medallion design, West Anatolia, 17th century. 140 x 108 cm. Estimate €12,000
Lot 62. A Sultanabad carpet, West Persia, late 19th century. 473 x 320 cm. Estimate €26,000
Lot 1. A Konya prayer rug with a yellow ground border, Central Anatolia, 18th century. 141 x 144 cm. Estimate €4,000
Lot 10. A Shakhrisyabz Suzani, Uzbekistan, 19th century. 245 x 200 cm. Estimate €10,000