Plate One

Plate Three & Four

Plate Eight

Plate Ten

Plate Twelve

Plate Fourteen

Plate Sixteen & Seventeen

Plate Nineteen

Plate Twenty-One

Plate Twenty-Three

Plate Twenty-Six

Plate Twenty-Eight

Plate Thirty
Plate Two

Plate Five, Six & Seven

Plate Nine

Plate Eleven

Plate Thirteen

Plate Fifteen

Plate Eighteen

Plate Twenty

Plate Twenty-Two

Plate Twenty-Four

Plate Twenty-Seven

Plate Twenty-Nine

Plate Thirty-One & Thirty-Two


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Another splinter group of the ‘Red Ground Floral’ type without medallions is best represented by Plate Twenty One. The animal pantomime is gone, with the exception of the paired ubiquitous birds, but it has the same density of design shared by all members of the ‘Heart’ school.

The carpet is less ambitious than the Emperor's carpets and it has been cut, distorting its proportions. Some people find it overloaded in all respects but the color photo here hardly does it justice.

Known now as the Sangiorgi carpet, it was once displayed for a while in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England. Regrettably since then it has disappeared from view and its whereabouts are now unknown.