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Old March 27th, 2011, 09:18 AM   #15
Pierre Galafassi
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Hi Filiberto,
The fragment which introduces this thread is not only close to the «pre-islamic» Kircheim rug, it also features a highly interesting border motif with what looks like a mythical animal too.
Since my March quota for hare-brained theories is not yet reached, I move that it has a striking analogy with a border motif found in several antique (18th-19th century) anatolian Kurdish rugs. Like the three below:




B Balpinar & U. Hirsch, Teppiche aus dem Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul., plate 83



E. Concaro & A. Levi, Sovereighn carpets, Unknown masterpieces from european collections.Plate 48

Is my quota exhausted now?
Regards
Pierre

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