16th c. West Anatolian "Lotto" Oushak rug - at The Art Institute Of Chicago
Fig. 200 - Ottoman Court carpet in the saz style. Istanbul or Bursa, Turkey, late 16th century. Wool and cotton pile on silk warps and wefts. Ottoman sultan Murad III ordered eleven weavers to move to Istanbul from Cairo. They brought with them two tons of dyed wool 1.81m x 1.27m or 6ft x 4ft 2in. One of the finest Ottoman Court carpets from Vienna, with a silk warp and weft and white and light blue cotton in the woollen pile. pg. 375
Antique Oushak Rugs: Star Ushak Carpet 16th Century
A DAGHESTAN RUNNER A NORTH EAST CAUCASUS, LATE 18TH CENTURY 8ft.6in. x 3ft.2in. (258cm. x 96cm.) £18,000-24,000
Konya Museum bird rug
QASHQAI, Southwest Persian 4ft 5in x 8ft 5in Late 19th Century This extremely finely and lovingly woven antique Persian Shishboluki Qashqai rug exhibits a centuries-old weaving legacy that created a striking geometric vocabulary for finely knotted motifs, a splendid time-immune dyeing process, a deep knowledge of design principles.
The Ushak Carpet Object: Carpet Place of origin: Usak, Turkey (probably, made)