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Antique rugs at NYICS

The ‘Antique Pavilion @ NYICS’ at this year’s New York International Carpet Show will be held from 11–13 September at the Terminal Warehouse (aka The Tunnel), 271 11th Avenue, New York, NY 10001. This newly launched section will include (at the time of writing) eighteen specialist dealers in antique collectable and decorative carpets, and textiles, supplementing the show’s more familiar roster of new carpet designers and producers.

Among the US exhibitors at NYICS 2016 are Jason Nazmiyal from New York  Dennis Dodds (Maqam) from Philadelphia, Central Asian textile specialist Casey Waller (Caravanserai) from Texas, DeWitt Mallary from Vermont, Peter Pap, (San Francisco and New Hampshire), John J. Collins and Tibetan carpet specialist Nicholas Wright (East of the Bosphorous) from Massachusetts, Fred Hazin from California, Aydin Oriental Carpets from Maryland (and Istanbul), and Chicago’s Mete Mutlu (Yoruk Rug Gallery). International participants include a strong group from Italy—Alberto Levi and David Sorgato from Milan, and Farzin Mollaian from Ferrara.

Caucasian embroidery, silk cross stitch, circa 1700. Peter Pap, San Francisco at NYICS Swedish pile carpet, 19th century. Peter Pap, San Francisco at NYICS Silk and metal thread palace carpet, Ningxia, 19th century. Mollaian at NYICS Ningxia carpet, 18th century, northwest China. Mollaian at NYICS
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South Caucasian rug. Yoruk Rug Gallery,

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Baluch rug with kurbaghe güls. Yoruk Rug Gallery

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Cay=ucasian rug. Yoruk Rug Gallery

NYICS 2016

KAZAK rug, 6.1 x 11.10 feet, circa 1875. Dennis Dodds/MAQAM

NYICS 2016

BAKSHAISH carpet, 11.7 x 14.7 feet, last quarter 19c. Dennis Dodds/MAQAM

NYICS 2016

Ushak prayer rug, 3.10 x 5.3 feet, circa 1750. Dennis Dodds/MAQAM

NYICS 2016

KARAPINAR rug, 3.4 x 7.4 feet, 17th century. Dennis Dodds/MAQAM

NYICS 2016

Wangden Tibetan temple runner, pre-1900, 2’8” by 4”10”. East of the Bosphorus

NYICS 2016

Tibetan khaden, two reverse swastikas on brown ground, pre-1900, 2’3” by 5’. East of the Bosphorus

NYICS 2016

Tibetan saddle rug. East of the Bophorus

NYICS 2016

Pair of silk meditation mats (Khagangma), Tibet, Circa 1900. each 92 x 90 cm (3 feet x 2 feet 9 inches). Alberto Levi

NYICS 2016

Mughal silk embroidery with flowering plants, India, 17th Century. 130 x 95 cm (4 feet 3 inches x 3 feet 1 inch). Alberto Levi

NYICS 2016

Silk and metal thread rug with lotus flowers, China, Circa 1940. 215 x 130 cm (7 feet 1 inch x 4 feet 3 inches). Alberto Levi

NYICS 2016

Chinese silk and metal thread imperial palace carpet with inscription (detail), late 19th/early 20th century. Mollaian

NYICS 2016

Samarkand Suzani, Uzbekistan, 19th century. 7’8 x 9’3. Caravanserai

NYICS 2016

Hinggi, East Sumba, Indonesia. Cotton ikat. 231 x 131 cm. An old man’s shoulder cloth or mantle, made in two panels joined together with fringes. From old Dutch collection. David Sorgato

NYICS 2016

Italian Velvet fragment, 22 c 50 cm. David Sorgato

NYICS 2016

Kemben, married woman’s breast wrapper. Batik, tulis, executed in Jogyakarta, central Java. Cotton, wax-resist dyeing, early 20th century. 227 x 42 cm, David Sorgato

NYICS 2016

Inner Mongolian carpet, circa 1870. Wool pile on a cotton foundation, 240 x 184 cm. David Sorgato

NYICS 2016

‘Sunset in the Forest, Aubusson tapestry by Paiul Poiret, France, circa 1930. 175 x 210 cm, David Sorgato

 

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