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BRING SPRING INTO YOUR LIVING ROOM

A highly Bessarabian decorative tapestry/flat woven woollen rug that compliments both traditional and modern living. Circa 1890 Dimensions: 272 × 183 cm     A fine and rare mid 19th Century English Needlework Carpet. Hand worked woollen stitches on canvas. Dimensions …

Chinese Rugs and Carpets

ABOVE:  A fine and rare late 19th century Chinese Peking Carpet. Circa 1890 Dimensions: 356 × 282 cm (website number 293)   Chinese Rugs and Carpets The art of rug making in China reached its peak between the 16th and 19th centuries, with many …

The Restoration Journey

REPAIRING AND CARING FOR YOUR RUGS AND CARPETS At C. John we repair and restore your rugs and carpets with the care they deserve. As antique pieces, they should be handled delicately and our experienced repairers pay attention to every detail. …

Parsua Contemporary Rugs – Luxury and Sustainable Development

    Edited by Galerie Chevalier: Luxury and Sustainable Development We hear daily “we must save the planet”, “our planet is burning” and other warnings justified for an imperative awareness. In 2001, when we created our rug brand, Parsua, we already …

Lapada

We are members of Lapada, the London and Provincial Antique Dealers Association. A selection of our extensive collection is available to view on their website www.lapada.org

Ivory ground Indian Agra carpet

Ivory ground Indan Agra Carpet circa 1880 New to our collection A fine and extremely rare late 19th century Indian Agra Carpet with a beautiful floral Moghul design in pastel colours on an ivory field. Hand knotted woollen pile, in …

Needlework carpet from the workshop of J M Pontremoli

A fine and rare early 20th century Needlework carpet from the workshop of J M Pontremoli. Polychrome woollen  hand worked stitches on canvas Dimensions: 287cm x 203cm / 9’4” x 6’7” In its original condition £9,000. Circa 1930 Jacques Moreno …

Caucasian Collection

Rugs woven in the Caucasus, the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, north of Persia, enjoy universal popularity for their harmony of colour and geometrical designs. Appealing to western tastes they blend to both antique and modern …

SOHO TAPESTRIES

Two extremely rare early 18th century English Tapestries after David Teniers. Finely woven using silk and wool in the renowned Soho factory in London, circa 1720. ABOVE: “La Kermesse or Village Fete” The colourful scene consists of country folk carousing …