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Thousand-year-old carpet works of art from Zhongguo
The craftsmanship of producing carpets has existed in China since the late 15th century and the carpets were then made in provinces such as Kansu, Ningxia, Suiyan and in the inner parts of Mongolia in the city of Baotou. There were different types of pattern created due to the different provinces. On old carpets the carpet maker took inspiration from the pattern made by porcelain painters, but also from silk weaves. In some cases the patterns also consists of old religious symbols from prominent dragon pattern and the symbols in the carpets often have Taoistic and Buddhistic origins.

 
11 items
A semiantique Chinese Baotou carpet ca 170 x 110 cm.
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4 000 SEK
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5 000 SEK
A semaintique Chinese carpet ca 73 x 54 cm.
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2 011 SEK
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2 000 SEK
A semiantique Chinese Baotou carpet ca 206 x 118 cm.
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4 200 SEK
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4 000 SEK
A semiantique Chinese Baotou carpet ca 147 x 91 cm.
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9 900 SEK
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4 000 SEK
An old Chinese probably Baotou carpet ca 197 x 134 cm.
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3 208 SEK
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3 000 SEK
An old/semiantique Chinese Baotou carpet ca 180 x 101 cm.
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12 550 SEK
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4 000 SEK
A semiantique Tibetan carpet ca 71 x 79 cm.
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3 609 SEK
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3 000 SEK
An old Chinese Baotou carpet ca 184 x 143 cm.
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4 000 SEK
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5 000 SEK
A semiantique Chinese Ningxia carpet ca 94 x 58 cm.
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5 200 SEK
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4 000 SEK
An old/semiantique Chinese Baotou carpet ca 133 x 181 cm.
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4 000 SEK
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3 000 SEK
A semiantique Tibetan carpet ca 129 x 67 cm.
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1 800 SEK
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3 000 SEK