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Memling rug, fragment, Western Anatolia, 15th century. Iparművészeti Múzeum, Budapest

Memling rug, fragment, Western Anatolia, 15th century. Iparművészeti Múzeum, Budapest

Early "Dragon and Phoenix" rug fragment, first half 15th century, Anatolia, Turkey. private collection, Italy.

Early "Dragon and Phoenix" rug fragment, first half 15th century, Anatolia, Turkey. private collection, Italy.

Fostat rug fragment with birds motif, early 15th century, published at Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments"

Fostat rug fragment with birds motif, early 15th century, published at Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments"

Fragment of a large pattern Holbein carpet, Anatolia, late 15th, early 16th century wool pile on wool foundation Museum für Islamische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Fragment of a large pattern Holbein carpet, Anatolia, late 15th, early 16th century wool pile on wool foundation Museum für Islamische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Rug fragments with offset symmetrical knotting, 15th century, Ottoman Turkey or Caucasus. The Röhss Museum of Arts and Crafts, Gothenburg

Rug fragments with offset symmetrical knotting, 15th century, Ottoman Turkey or Caucasus. The Röhss Museum of Arts and Crafts, Gothenburg

Fostat rug fragment with birds motif, early 15th century, published at Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments"

Fostat rug fragment with birds motif, early 15th century, published at Carl Johan Lamm, "Carpet Fragments"

15th century early Ottoman rug with Holbein Gül, western Turkey. Vakiflar Carpet Museum, Istanbul

15th century early Ottoman rug with Holbein Gül, western Turkey. Vakiflar Carpet Museum, Istanbul

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Turkey. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Seljuk rug fragment, 13th century, Turkey. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Holland Park wool rug designed by William Morris, late 19th century. Turkish (Ghiordes) knot, 25 to the square inch. 203 x 156 1/4" (515.6 x 396.9 cm)

Holland Park wool rug designed by William Morris, late 19th century. Turkish (Ghiordes) knot, 25 to the square inch. 203 x 156 1/4" (515.6 x 396.9 cm)