Posts Tagged ‘wall hanging’

#Hereke silken rug – wall-hanging – “Mihrabs”

July 2, 2011

ach mosque on our earth is covered with carpets, which display prayer niches – Mihrabs. These Mihrabs in the carpets repeat the niche in the wall of a mosque indicating the direction of prayer (kibla) and are in line with their direction. Each believer takes place on one of this Mihrabs to pray there…

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Hereke silken rug
“Mihrabs”1 500,00 € incl 19 % VAT
Delivery within two weeks after receipt of payment

Size:
24 x 37 cm (0,09 m²)

Knot density:
12 x 12
= 144 knots/cm²
= 129,600 knots in this rug

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#Hereke silken rug – #wall-hanging “Last Supper”

June 29, 2011

This awesome Hereke silken rug is knotted in a density of 25 x 25 Turkish double knots, this are 625(!) knots per square centimeter(!)

With me you buy this unique masterpiece safely at a fair price.

Enjoy the tradition, beauty, luxury and elegance of the highest expressision of Turkish hand-knotting art.

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“Last Supper”

Price: 19,760.40 Euro incl. 19 % VAT

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The story of “The Last Supper” during which Jesus told his disciples that he will be betrayed by one of them at the same evening is common knowledge.

The moment of Jesus’ prophecy Leonardo da Vince recorded on the 4.22 x 9.04 m big painting, what decorates the North wall of the refectory of the Dominican church Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. This artwork counts as the peak of Leonardo da Vinci’s work. It was executed in Seccotechnique, i.e. it was applied on the dry walls whereas the Fresco is painted on the still wet plaster.

Leonardo received the order for the painting by the Milanese Duke Ludovico Sforza and he worked on it from 1494 to 1498.

Leonardo Da Vinci's

A picture of the original of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper”.

The pattern of this Hereke silken rug is based on this painting.

When I have seen Christian Motifs on Hereke silken rugs first time, I asked myself, why they are displayed on rugs originating from the mostly Muslim Turkey. I researched and determined that these motifs are a remembrance and bow before their great Christian history.

 

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#Hereke silken rug – wall hanging – “Hunting Scene”

June 22, 2011

This genuine #Hereke silken rug shows an Ottoman Hunging Scene.

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“Hunting Scene”
Price: 8,211.00 Euro incl. 19 % VAT

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After Fatih (The Conquedor) Sultan Mehmet II. conquered Constantinople (today Istanbul) in 1453, the Ottoman Empire experienced its Golden Age.

The succeeding Sultans Bayezid II, Yavuz (The Star) Selim I and Kanuni (The Law-Giver) Suleyman I, who in Europe was called “The Magnificent” could sustain this Golden Age. Following this link you will get here some more information about the history of Istanbul.

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