Important London antique rug fair will open in a week

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The London Antique Rug & Textile Fair will open Thursday 3 April 2014 with a preview for invited guests and will be open for the public from Friday 4 April through Sunday 6 April. This is the fourth edition of the London antique rug fair organized by Aaron Nejad, and the venue for the fair is once again The Showroom, 63 Penfold St, London. Be sure that the 10 attending dealers will bring their best antique rugs and textiles. Both Hali Magazine and Carpet Collector will be present at this years antique rug fair.

Detail Lakai Suzani James Cohen 333x600 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
Detail of Lakai Suzani 11’4″ x 8’8″ circa 1800. Exhibitor James Cohen
Akstafa Long Rug Aaron Nejad 261x600 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
Akstafa Long Rug, Caucasus, 19th century, 2.54 x 1.09 m. Exhibitor Aaron Nejad
Detail Akstafa Long Rug Aaron Nejad 480x452 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
Detail of Aaron Nejad’s Akstafa Long Rug
Sewan kazak james cohen 409x600 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
Sewan Kazak, circa 1860, 6’0″ x 8’11” / 184 x 271cm. Exhibitor James Cohen
Bokhara Suzani Aaron Nejad 462x600 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
Bokhara Suzani, circa 1850 to be exhibited by Aaron Nejad
Ersari main james cohen 478x600 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
Ersari Main carpet, circa 1850, 7’9″ x 9’8″ / 236 x 294cm. Exhibitor James Cohen
Bessarabian kilim Aaron Nejad 444x600 - Important London antique rug fair will open in a week
‘Bessarabian’ kilim with inscription, Ukraine, circa 1850. Exhibitor Aaron Nejad

More articles: LARTA news, Cohen will exhibit at LARTALess than 3 months to the next London Antique Rug & Textile Art Fair

Location and more information: LARTA 3-6 April 2014, The Showroom, 63 Penfold St, London

 

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