Antique Persian Rug Repair And Restoration Antique Persian rugs are among the most sought after by rug collectors. These beautiful marvels are the very finest examples of a lost art from bygone eras. Their fine weaving, artisanship, natural dyes and cultural contribution are unrivaled. Their historic value and exotic stories of their origins […]
Mughal Carpets: A Renowned Indian Tradition India is famous for its Mughal (moo-gal) carpets. Acknowledged worldwide for their inspiring beauty, these rugs were originally made for royalty during the Mughal era, which lasted from the early 16th Century to the mid-19th Century. During the Mughal years, the carpets were created in and around […]
Amo Oghli Carpets – Persian Master Carpet Weaver Mohammad Kahnamouyi from Kahnamouy was one of Tabriz’s producers and traders working in the field of textiles. He moved to the city of Mashad and lived there during the years 1250-1270, changed his last name from Kahnamouyi to Amo Oghli, and started to weave carpets […]
INTERIOR DESIGN SPOTLIGHT: Carl D’Aquino, D’Aquino Monaco Inc., New York, New York RevitaRUGS secured some time with this Interior Design Hall of Famer to get his insights on area rugs as works of art that “make the day,” and the importance of giving clients individualized attention.
Mazandaran Minimalism This high art has humble beginnings. Persia’s age-old Mazandaran kilims are from a remote part of Northern Iran, and have gone from obscure heirlooms to gallery-worthy examples of minimalist art, since the late 1990’s, when they were introduced to the West.