Join us for the latest installment in our new series of essays, exploring the history of specific styles of various antique carpets.
In this article, we expand our focus from discussing only vintage and antique textiles, and consider the differences between modern rugs and antique carpets.
We also delve into the history of what we consider the most iconic antique carpet in the world, the antique Persian Ardabil Carpet at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum!
This article originally appeared in the recently released Winter 2022 issue of Rug Insider Magazine , the full issue of which can be viewed in digital form in its entirety online at the link below:
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