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  • Amazing Azerbaijani - 1900s Vintage Kilim Rug - Tribal Flatweave - 4'10" x 12' ft.
    $ 2,299.99
    Size: 4’10” x 12′ ft.
    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Flatweave. As shown in pictures.
    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).
    4820026 101910

    In stock

  • Amazing Azerbaijani - 1910s Antique Tribal Rug - Azeri Runner Carpet 3'6" x 12'1" ft
    $ 8,799.99

    “Size: 3’6″” x 12’1″” ft.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium low pile. As shown in pictures.

    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).

    48220025 103202″

    In stock

  • Antique Amritsar - 1880s Original Agra Carpet - Oriental Floral Rug- 9' x 12' ft.
    $ 8,999.99

    Size: 9′ x 12′ ft.

    Offering an exquisite and rare original antique Indian Amritsar Agra wool carpet
    Circa 1880’s
    The carpet is in excellent original condition and is very clean
    No odor no stains
    Some of the brown wool is showing oxidation
    Very soft weave and silky wool pile
    It has both ends original cotton killim weave fringes very decorative
    These carpets were woven for Eurpean mansions back in the late 1880’s
    Designer’s & rug collectors choice

    In stock

  • Antique Art Deco - 1920s Art Nouveau Rug - Chinese Oriental Carpet - 2'2" x 3'10" ft
    $ 699.99
    Size: 2’2″ x 3’10” ft
    The Deco period was an international design movement from 1920’s to 1940’s. It produced a mix of many different styles borrowing design influences from neoclassical, constructionist, cubism, modernism and art nouveau. The Art Deco movement led to the evolution of the carpet revolution. Antique carpets made before the 1920’s, especially the more refined oriental carpets, did not compliment the modern decor and Art Deco furnishings. A new style was taking shape that reflected this movement. Carpet design evolved from floral to angular elegance with modern, abstract and figurative motifs. The color palate is both bold and muted with interesting juxtapositions of light and dark. The design is frequently spare, geometric, and architectural with a luxurious feel. Such characteristics come together to create the aesthetics of a large swath of vintage rugs. Such legendary artists as Picasso, Poiret, Gray, Delaunay, Klee, Paul and Dorn shaped this evolution. Paule Leleu the daughter of Jules Leleu of the famed House of Leleu was a talented creator whose vision also contributed to these highly collectible rugs.

    In the rug trade, term “Art Deco” or “Deco” (as in “Deco Rugs” for short) applies to European and certain Chinese carpets that reflect the new movements in modern European decorative arts during the first third of the twentieth century.

     

     

    Art Deco Rugs are characterized by experimentation with bold colors, angular lines, and the omission of heavy ornamentation. Over the past few years, the demand for art deco rugs and art deco carpets has grown tremendously. Partly fueled by the revival of mid-century modernist interior design trends, Art deco rugs come from various regions in Europe but some of the most coveted pieces are the art deco carpets or rugs that were made in France, China and Scandinavia (which are really mid-century modern but when it comes to interior design the term art deco does fit in well). Since a rug need to be 80 years old or older to be called antique, in only a few more years, the art deco vintage rug could be be referred to as Antique Art Deco rugs.

     

     

    While the term Art Deco really refers to a movement / time period, most rug dealers will refer to any of the modernist rugs as art deco. So if you have your heart set on true deco rugs – then you might have to sort through some of the other types of “deco rugs” – which might not be a bad thing at all!

     

     

    Deco rugs created in the dawn of the 20th century feature trendsetting designs that are daring and stylish today. These landmark pieces marked the transition from classical to modern. The result is a timeless style that remains elegant and refined. This innovative era in history produced many distinctive antique and semi-antique carpets that are exceptionally desirable. In the East and the West, creative geniuses conceived unimaginable patterns unlike anything seen before.

     

     

    European designers developed streamlined geometric compositions and expressive abstract patterns. The legacy of Scandinavia’s famous master weavers was just beginning when art deco was defined, and many fabulous mid-century designs grew out of this innovative and productive time. In China, fine Oriental carpets were produced on an unprecedented scale. The rich colors, sophisticated details and Eastern-influenced designs featured in Chinese art deco rugs define the sleek, sophisticated style of this extraordinary era. For an interior that is posh, modern and timeless, Art Deco rugs are the ultimate choice.

     

     

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium pile. As shown in pictures.

    8312599

    In stock

  • Antique Art Deco - 1920s Art Nouveau Rug - Chinese Oriental Carpet - 9'10" x 13'6" ft
    $ 8,999.99
    Size: 9’10” x 13’6″ ft
    The Deco period was an international design movement from 1920’s to 1940’s. It produced a mix of many different styles borrowing design influences from neoclassical, constructionist, cubism, modernism and art nouveau. The Art Deco movement led to the evolution of the carpet revolution. Antique carpets made before the 1920’s, especially the more refined oriental carpets, did not compliment the modern decor and Art Deco furnishings. A new style was taking shape that reflected this movement. Carpet design evolved from floral to angular elegance with modern, abstract and figurative motifs. The color palate is both bold and muted with interesting juxtapositions of light and dark. The design is frequently spare, geometric, and architectural with a luxurious feel. Such characteristics come together to create the aesthetics of a large swath of vintage rugs. Such legendary artists as Picasso, Poiret, Gray, Delaunay, Klee, Paul and Dorn shaped this evolution. Paule Leleu the daughter of Jules Leleu of the famed House of Leleu was a talented creator whose vision also contributed to these highly collectible rugs.

    In the rug trade, term “Art Deco” or “Deco” (as in “Deco Rugs” for short) applies to European and certain Chinese carpets that reflect the new movements in modern European decorative arts during the first third of the twentieth century.

     

     

    Art Deco Rugs are characterized by experimentation with bold colors, angular lines, and the omission of heavy ornamentation. Over the past few years, the demand for art deco rugs and art deco carpets has grown tremendously. Partly fueled by the revival of mid-century modernist interior design trends, Art deco rugs come from various regions in Europe but some of the most coveted pieces are the art deco carpets or rugs that were made in France, China and Scandinavia (which are really mid-century modern but when it comes to interior design the term art deco does fit in well). Since a rug need to be 80 years old or older to be called antique, in only a few more years, the art deco vintage rug could be be referred to as Antique Art Deco rugs.

     

     

    While the term Art Deco really refers to a movement / time period, most rug dealers will refer to any of the modernist rugs as art deco. So if you have your heart set on true deco rugs – then you might have to sort through some of the other types of “deco rugs” – which might not be a bad thing at all!

     

     

    Deco rugs created in the dawn of the 20th century feature trendsetting designs that are daring and stylish today. These landmark pieces marked the transition from classical to modern. The result is a timeless style that remains elegant and refined. This innovative era in history produced many distinctive antique and semi-antique carpets that are exceptionally desirable. In the East and the West, creative geniuses conceived unimaginable patterns unlike anything seen before.

     

     

    European designers developed streamlined geometric compositions and expressive abstract patterns. The legacy of Scandinavia’s famous master weavers was just beginning when art deco was defined, and many fabulous mid-century designs grew out of this innovative and productive time. In China, fine Oriental carpets were produced on an unprecedented scale. The rich colors, sophisticated details and Eastern-influenced designs featured in Chinese art deco rugs define the sleek, sophisticated style of this extraordinary era. For an interior that is posh, modern and timeless, Art Deco rugs are the ultimate choice.

     

     

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium pile. As shown in pictures.

    48300069 MCGINNIS

    Out of stock

  • Antique Art Deco - 1920s Mandarin Rug - Chinese Oriental Carpet - 8'1" x 9'6" ft
    $ 4,499.99
    Size: 8’1″ x 9’6″ ft
    The Deco period was an international design movement from 1920’s to 1940’s. It produced a mix of many different styles borrowing design influences from neoclassical, constructionist, cubism, modernism and art nouveau. The Art Deco movement led to the evolution of the carpet revolution. Antique carpets made before the 1920’s, especially the more refined oriental carpets, did not compliment the modern decor and Art Deco furnishings. A new style was taking shape that reflected this movement. Carpet design evolved from floral to angular elegance with modern, abstract and figurative motifs. The color palate is both bold and muted with interesting juxtapositions of light and dark. The design is frequently spare, geometric, and architectural with a luxurious feel. Such characteristics come together to create the aesthetics of a large swath of vintage rugs. Such legendary artists as Picasso, Poiret, Gray, Delaunay, Klee, Paul and Dorn shaped this evolution. Paule Leleu the daughter of Jules Leleu of the famed House of Leleu was a talented creator whose vision also contributed to these highly collectible rugs.

    In the rug trade, term “Art Deco” or “Deco” (as in “Deco Rugs” for short) applies to European and certain Chinese carpets that reflect the new movements in modern European decorative arts during the first third of the twentieth century.

     

     

    Art Deco Rugs are characterized by experimentation with bold colors, angular lines, and the omission of heavy ornamentation. Over the past few years, the demand for art deco rugs and art deco carpets has grown tremendously. Partly fueled by the revival of mid-century modernist interior design trends, Art deco rugs come from various regions in Europe but some of the most coveted pieces are the art deco carpets or rugs that were made in France, China and Scandinavia (which are really mid-century modern but when it comes to interior design the term art deco does fit in well). Since a rug need to be 80 years old or older to be called antique, in only a few more years, the art deco vintage rug could be be referred to as Antique Art Deco rugs.

     

     

    While the term Art Deco really refers to a movement / time period, most rug dealers will refer to any of the modernist rugs as art deco. So if you have your heart set on true deco rugs – then you might have to sort through some of the other types of “deco rugs” – which might not be a bad thing at all!

     

     

    Deco rugs created in the dawn of the 20th century feature trendsetting designs that are daring and stylish today. These landmark pieces marked the transition from classical to modern. The result is a timeless style that remains elegant and refined. This innovative era in history produced many distinctive antique and semi-antique carpets that are exceptionally desirable. In the East and the West, creative geniuses conceived unimaginable patterns unlike anything seen before.

     

     

    European designers developed streamlined geometric compositions and expressive abstract patterns. The legacy of Scandinavia’s famous master weavers was just beginning when art deco was defined, and many fabulous mid-century designs grew out of this innovative and productive time. In China, fine Oriental carpets were produced on an unprecedented scale. The rich colors, sophisticated details and Eastern-influenced designs featured in Chinese art deco rugs define the sleek, sophisticated style of this extraordinary era. For an interior that is posh, modern and timeless, Art Deco rugs are the ultimate choice.

     

     

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium pile. As shown in pictures.

    48110069

    In stock

  • Antique Art Deco - 1940s Art Nouveau Rug - Chinese Oriental Carpet - 2'1" x 4'5" ft
    $ 699.99

    Size:  2’1″ x 4’5″ ft The Deco period was an international design movement from 1920’s to 1940’s. It produced a mix of many different styles borrowing design influences from neoclassical, constructionist, cubism, modernism and art nouveau. The Art Deco movement led to the evolution of the carpet revolution. Antique carpets made before the 1920’s, especially the more refined oriental carpets, did not compliment the modern decor and Art Deco furnishings. A new style was taking shape that reflected this movement. Carpet design evolved from floral to angular elegance with modern, abstract and figurative motifs. The color palate is both bold and muted with interesting juxtapositions of light and dark. The design is frequently spare, geometric, and architectural with a luxurious feel. Such characteristics come together to create the aesthetics of a large swath of vintage rugs. Such legendary artists as Picasso, Poiret, Gray, Delaunay, Klee, Paul and Dorn shaped this evolution. Paule Leleu the daughter of Jules Leleu of the famed House of Leleu was a talented creator whose vision also contributed to these highly collectible rugs.

    In the rug trade, term “Art Deco” or “Deco” (as in “Deco Rugs” for short) applies to European and certain Chinese carpets that reflect the new movements in modern European decorative arts during the first third of the twentieth century.

    Art Deco Rugs are characterized by experimentation with bold colors, angular lines, and the omission of heavy ornamentation. Over the past few years, the demand for art deco rugs and art deco carpets has grown tremendously. Partly fueled by the revival of mid-century modernist interior design trends, Art deco rugs come from various regions in Europe but some of the most coveted pieces are the art deco carpets or rugs that were made in France, China and Scandinavia (which are really mid-century modern but when it comes to interior design the term art deco does fit in well). Since a rug need to be 80 years old or older to be called antique, in only a few more years, the art deco vintage rug could be be referred to as Antique Art Deco rugs.

    While the term Art Deco really refers to a movement / time period, most rug dealers will refer to any of the modernist rugs as art deco. So if you have your heart set on true deco rugs – then you might have to sort through some of the other types of “deco rugs” – which might not be a bad thing at all!

    Deco rugs created in the dawn of the 20th century feature trendsetting designs that are daring and stylish today. These landmark pieces marked the transition from classical to modern. The result is a timeless style that remains elegant and refined. This innovative era in history produced many distinctive antique and semi-antique carpets that are exceptionally desirable. In the East and the West, creative geniuses conceived unimaginable patterns unlike anything seen before.

    European designers developed streamlined geometric compositions and expressive abstract patterns. The legacy of Scandinavia’s famous master weavers was just beginning when art deco was defined, and many fabulous mid-century designs grew out of this innovative and productive time. In China, fine Oriental carpets were produced on an unprecedented scale. The rich colors, sophisticated details and Eastern-influenced designs featured in Chinese art deco rugs define the sleek, sophisticated style of this extraordinary era. For an interior that is posh, modern and timeless, Art Deco rugs are the ultimate choice.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium low pile As shown in pictures.

    839699 100797

    In stock

  • Antique Austrian - 1940s Viennese Rug - European Handwoven Carpet 6'9" x 10' ft.
    $ 4,999.99
    Size: 6’9″ x 10′ ft.
    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium low pile. As shown in pictures.
    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).
    5865036 102911

    In stock

  • Astounding Ardebil - 1930s Antique Persian Rug - Tribal Carpet - 2'6" x 3'5" ft
    $ 299.99

    Size: 3’6″ x 5’2″ ft.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium pile. As shown in pictures.

    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).

    5820036 102627

    In stock

  • Beautiful Balouch - 1940s Antique Prayer Design - Tribal Rug - 3'1" x 4'3" ft.
    $ 699.00

    Size: 3’1″ x 4’3″ ft.

    Baluchi tribes live in black tents. Their rugs are woven on horizontal (flat) looms. There are several different tribes of Baluchi with different names. The principal colors used are three shades of dark red, two shades of blue, tan or brown, with tinges of ivory and other colors. The color effect generally is that of dark, somber red, mahogany, wine or brown. Up until World War II, all Baluchistan came with woolen warp, and had a wide kilim effect on each end. Today many of these are being made with cotton warp, which makes for a straighter rug that will lie flat.

    Fair condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium low pile. Contains some sun-fading. As shown in pictures.

    4515047 VIC-9-9

    In stock

  • Beautiful Bessarabian - 1920s Antique Ukranian Kilim - Flatweave Rug 6'5" x 12'4" ft
    $ 1,299.99

    Size: 6’5″ x 12’4″ ft. – Flatweave kilim with use of chrome and vegetable dyes.

    Bessarabian rugs and carpets are the commonly given name for rugs in pile and tapestry technique originating in Russian provinces as well as Ukraine and Moldova during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.1 Some scholars will classify flat-woven carpets as Bessarabian, while referring to knotted-pile carpets as Ukrainian.2 They are predominantly from an area corresponding to modern Bulgaria and Romania. Produced under late Ottoman rule, they stand right on the cusp of European and Oriental carpet weaving.

    All works of the Bessarabian category are highly decorative. Not dissimilar to particular Karabaghs from the Caucasus, many of the designs crafted in Bessarabian carpets are floral in motif. The designs usually fit within a black or brown tone background, executed in a naturalistic western. Some pieces, in particular the flat-weaves, are woven with the distinctive Bessarabian palette in the tradition of kilim rugs from nearby Anatolia.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains minimal wear – as shown in pictures.

    In stock

  • Beautiful Bessarabian - 1930s Antique Turkish Kilim - Flatweave Rug - 8'9" x 10' ft
    $ 2,499.99

    Size: 8’9″ x 10′ ft

    Bessarabian rugs and carpets are the commonly given name for rugs in pile and tapestry technique originating in Russian provinces as well as Ukraine and Moldova during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.1 Some scholars will classify flat-woven carpets as Bessarabian, while referring to knotted-pile carpets as Ukrainian.2 They are predominantly from an area corresponding to modern Bulgaria and Romania. Produced under late Ottoman rule, they stand right on the cusp of European and Oriental carpet weaving.

    All works of the Bessarabian category are highly decorative. Not dissimilar to particular Karabaghs from the Caucasus, many of the designs crafted in Bessarabian carpets are floral in motif. The designs usually fit within a black or brown tone background, executed in a naturalistic western. Some pieces, in particular the flat-weaves, are woven with the distinctive Bessarabian palette in the tradition of kilim rugs from nearby Anatolia.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Flatweave – as shown in pictures.

    5670088

    In stock

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