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PATRICK POULER - EARLY ORIENTAL RUGS AND TEXTILES. A private gallery specializing in the rare and esoteric. Patrick Pouler is an Architect and Architectural Historian and once serious collector and “recovered” academic, but is now a committed Oriental Rug Dealer located in Traverse City, Michigan. Recent exclusive consultant for two of the formost private collections in the world. For over 30 years he has "focused" on the finest and rarest classical, village and tribal rugs and fragments that he considers to have true artistic and historical merit.

  • World class Shahsavan Star sumak bagface (detail) Early 19th century. Please email me:

  • Very cool Persian Kurdish rug fragment. Mid 19th c. About 3 x 4.5 ft. High pile. Excellent color. Please email me directly:

  • Early Caucasian Avar rug. (Detail) c. 1800. Mounted. Please email me:

  • Early small Khotan rug (34" x 65"). Circa 1800. Good condition. Overcast sides. Not normally seen in this size. Please email me ... read more

  • Antique Chinese Ningxia small rug. (29" x 55") Excellent condition.

  • Uncommon early 19th c. Persian Heriz rug fragment. 3'-4" x 5'-4". Good colors including two true camel wool hues and uniform ... read more

  • Extremely rare Caucasian Kazak prayer rug. Mid 19th c. The only related example (in excellent condition) i can find sold at Rippon ... read more
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • 18th c. Caucasian Zakatala rug frag. Silky pile. Conserved and mounted on linen. Bold and dramatic!

  • Circa 1800 Caucasian kilim fragment. (Detail). Cleaned, conserved and mounted on linen. Very fine. Much rarer than Anatolian pieces of the same

  • Excellent East Caucasian prayer rug. (Detail). Circa 1850-70.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • South Caucasian or Shahsaven rug fragment. (39" x 38"). Wild, tribal drawing with excellent all natural saturated color. Early 19th c.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Exceptional 18th c. One piece Anatolian Obruk kilim fragment. Almost complete. Professionally conserved and mounted on natural linen. One of the best!

  • Mughal velvet cut and voided textile panel fragment. India. 17th c. Sublime........

  • 17th c. Ottoman silk velvet & shimmering metal thread woven Catma, Bursa. 22"x 30". Mounted. Decent condition.
    price:  Reasonable.

  • Late 19th c. West Anatolian prayer rug (3’-9” x5’-8”). All original, including ragged sides and kilim ends.

  • 18th c. Anatolian Karakeçili Rug fragment. 3'- 6" x 8'- 9". About 1/2 the rug. Mounted on linen. Great piece with high ... read more

  • Early 19th c. Caucasian Kazak rug (detail) 5' x 3.5' ft. About 1/2 the rug. Rare and amazing. From an old European ... read more
    price:  SOLD > thanks!

  • 18th c. Northwest Persian Azerbaijani rug fragment. Especially beautiful borders. Conserved and mounted on linen to the highest standard. Quite interesting and

  • Caucasian Kuba Seycour rug (40" x 60"). Could be Baku. Unique design? Circa 1850. All wool.

  • 18th. c. Red ground Northwest Persian carpet fragment. 43" x 73". All wool. Decent condition.

  • Refined white ground Persian Senneh garden rug (detail) 4 x 6 ft. Rare design with clear, sparkling color. Circa 1850.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Uncommon Iraqi Kurdish small rug. 2 x 4ft. Circa 1850 or older. Bold design, clear color and in good condition.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Transcendent and very fine Tekke torba fragment. (Missing one side border). Circa 1850. 41" x 15.5". Ruby velvet, velvet, velvet. Majestic.

  • Impressive East Anatolian Kurdish rug. (3'-8" x 6'-1"). Splendid example with great color, low pile and some isolated restorations. Missing minor border ... read more

  • Boldly dramatic and very colorful East Anatolian Kurdish rug fragment. Purple! 48" x 88". Mid 19th c. older. Mounted. Good pile. All ... read more

  • 17th c. Persian Kirman carpet border fragment. 29" x 22". From the same carpet as the recently sold Dixon piece (Skinner lot ... read more
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Exceedingly rare late 18th c. Central Anatolian Konya yastik. Conserved and mounted on linen.

  • Good Yomut chuval. 49"x 30". Excellent green border. Clear yellow details. Medium, uneven pile. Old handle - Mid 19th c.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Small early 19th c. Dagestan rug (2'-5" x 5') Terrific border! All wool structure. Pastel colors with some isolated re-weaves.

  • Early 19th c. Shahsavan sumak bagface (22" x 20"). Perhaps the very finest sumak weave i have ever seen. Beautiful compartment design. ... read more

  • White ground nwp Kurdish or Shahsavan rug fragment (22.5" x 22.5"). Early 19th c. Decent pile. Open the attached back and it ... read more

  • Splendid 18th c. Anatolian Karaman sleeping rug fragment. Absolutely full pile!! Genuine.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Azeri cicim mafrash end panel (17” x 20”). Mid 19th c. Pretty cool and beautiful, i think. Very rare!

  • Stunning East Anatolian Kurdish rug fragment (2'-5" x 6'-1"). Circa 1800. Glowing color! Good pile.

  • Rare Northwest Persian Kurdish rug. 3.5 x 7ft. Complete and original. Early 19th c. Corroded blue green field. Excellent, mellow, old colors.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Central Anatolian stepped prayer rug fragment. 18th c. or older. 36"x 55". Professionally mounted.

  • Excellent classic Yomut chuval (48"x 28"). Floppy and heavy, yet fine weave. Great, original condition. Circa 1870. Missing at elem and sides
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • World class Anatolian Konya yastik. (24" x 29") Very rare type. Perfect and all original. (Brown corrosion, as expected) circa 1850-70.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Whimsical Azerbaijani rug (40" x 69"). Early 19th c. Terrific, bold borders. Fish! Unique, monumental piece.

  • Shimmering Baluch balisht. Circa 1870.

  • Classic Mushwani Baluch bagface with bold, symmetrical design and great color and wool. c. 1880.
    price:  Inexpensive!

  • Extraordinarily rare 17-18th c. Central Anatolian rug fragment. Mounted on yellow linen. About 3.5 x 5.5ft.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Rare Turkoman bagface (20" x18") Near perfect condition. Circa 1870. All natural dyes.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!

  • Early Saryk ensi fragment. Excellent condition, good pile. Fine. 3’-2” x 4’-2”.

  • Rare design Anatolian kilim fragment. 18th c. Conserved and mounted on linen.

  • Central Anatolian Memling gul rug fragment. 18th century. The entire field of the rug. Professionally mounted on linen. Good pile & excellent

  • 18th c. Central Anatolian Karaman sleeping rug fragment. Super high, lustrous full pile. Clean. 43"x 58". Mind blowing, saturated color!!
    price:  $750

  • Large Afshar bagface with a solitary design. Stunning! Circa 1870.
    price:  SOLD > Thanks!