Report from the ongoing Berlin Antique Rugs & Textile Exhibition

Category: Fairs and conferences

The pre-opening of the Berlin Antique Rugs & Textile Exhibition took place Thursday evening 30 May 2013 and was well attended with circa 120 visitors. The fair opened for the public Friday 31 May at 11.00 and the first hours were quite busy for the 25 antique rug and textile dealers.

The quality of the exhibited rugs and textiles is as expected high and the dealers seem quite happy about the professional organisation behind this fair. BARE is organized by Carpet Collector and Tim Steinert and his team are doing an excellent job to keep both visitors and dealers happy.

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The stand of Mollaian Farzin, Ferrara, Italy
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The stand of Aaron Nejad Antique Carpets, London
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Kolya von Somogyi, Austria.
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Collectors are not always 50+. Scene from the stand of Orientteppich-Galerie Hoxha
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Saryk Kapanuk first half 19th century. Langauer Textile Art, Austria
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Thomas Wild, Berlin
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18th century Saryk main carpet. Exhibitor Aaron Nejad Antique Carpets
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Mark Berkovich(left) and Udo Langauer in the stand of Marvadim Textile Art, Israel
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The stand of Motamedi’s, Hamburg. In the background Maryam and Amin Motamedi
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A very rare Kordi Balouch in mixed techniques. Exhibitor Herbert Bieler, Vienna

BARE will run through Sunday 2 June where the fair and the exhibition close at 18.00. Opening hours Saturday 1 June is from 11.00-20.00. So take a fast decision and head for Berlin if you are not already there.

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Location and more information: BARE Molkenmakt 2, 10179, Berlin

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