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Kerman Persian Rug

January 13, 2010

Example of a Persian Kerman Rug from the Mid 20th century

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Isfahan Carpet: Christie's 2203 Lot 130 Most Expensive 2009

December 31, 2009

Most Expensive Carpets 2009: Lot 130, AN ISFAHAN CARPET Central Persia, 17th Century With silk warps Approximately 17 ft. 6 in. x (633 cm.) x 8 ft. 1 in. (246 cm.)

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Isfahan Carpet: Christie's 2203 Lot 129 Most Expensive 2009

December 31, 2009

Most Expensive Carpets 2009: Isfahan Property from the Corcoran Gallery of Art to Benefit the Acquisition Fund

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Savonnerie Carpet: Christie's 7827 Lot 600 Most Expensive 2009

December 31, 2009

2nd Most Expensive Carpet of 2009. Probably commissioned by the Royal Garde-Meuble de la Couronne from the Duvivier workshops at the Savonnerie between 1745 and 1775.

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Tabatabai Tabriz Rugs

December 22, 2009

Perhaps one of the most notable and predominant producers of commercial grade tabriz rugs from the 3rd quarter 20th century (1950's - 1970's) were rugs produced in the Tabatabai (Tabatabaie) workshop in Tabriz, Iran.

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RugRag.com is a blog with industry insider perspective geared toward educating consumers on how to make informed purchasing decisions for rugs of any kind: Area rugs, antique rugs, Oriental rugs, machine made and Persian rugs. We address carpet markets the United States and International.

Our primary focus for education includes area rugs, antique rugs, Oriental rugs and Persian rugs of all types. More detailed entries encompass evaluation of antique rugs, area rugs, chainstitch, dhurrie, flatweave, hand knotted, hand tufted, needlepoint and Oriental rugs of all ages and sizes. We also have helpful buyers guides for new rugs, antique rugs, including mansion size, palace size, and all oversized pieces, including evaluation of the most expensive rugs ever sold, auction watch and many more.

Our Rug Appraisals focus on the values of antique rugs, semi antique rugs, and new rugs including modern contemporary and traditional. Online appraisals may not be honored for replacement value in insurance situations, in which case we may refer our clients to local reputable rug appraisers for appraisal, or travel to you ourselves. We cover the Northeast United States and New England with in-person appraisals when needed, with a focus on the Tri-state area of CT (Fairfield, New Have, & Hartford), NJ (Bergen, Hudson, Sussex, Passaic, Essex, Union and Morris), NY and NYC (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Long Island, and Staten Island) as well as Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties.

The Rug Rag appraisal approach for antique rugs and appraisals of antique rugs may encompass International markets. Newer rug appraisals are primarily geared toward the US Market. States for which we have provided Rug Appraisals to, or provided in person referrals for new and Antique Rugs include: AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OK, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY, and counties within.

Our most popular rug appraisals include antique rugs such as Arak, Bakshaish, Bidjar, Caucasian, Ferahan, Hadji Jalil, Heriz, Isfahan, Kashan, Kazak, Kerman, Kermani, Kermanshah, Laver Kerman, Mohtashem Kashan, Nichols, Oushak, Sarouk, Serapi, Sultanabad, Yazd and many more. Newer rug Appraisals we commonly address are American Sarouk, Arak, Ardebil, Ardekan, Bokhara, Chinese 90 line, Chobi, Gabbeh, Isfahan, Jaipur, Karastan, Kashmir, Kashmir silk, Kilim, Mashad, Nain, Heriz, Nichols art deco, Pakistan Caucasian, Peshawar, Qum, Sarouk, Tabriz and many more.

 
     

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