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Monday, January 10, 2011
I am currently open to consignment sales of good quality hand woven Oriental rugs or runners, preferabley tribal in nature. Antique or new, but must be in good condition and clean. Persian tribal rugs are my first choice, but will consider any rug, if it has the magic! Small to large, OK.
Intersting and unusal pieces woven with vegetable dyes and hand spun wool or small silk rugs seem to find buyers easily in my gallery. If I don't think I can sell it, I will not waste your time. If you need to get the rug washed first we do handle washing rugs at my gallery so give a call.
My shop is in Sebastopol, CA, so any consignment sales would work best if you are at least in the San Franscisco Bay Area.
If you have a rug or carpet (larger rug) you are interested in selling, send photos by email with size, age, any known info such as provenence to my email address, with your contact info:
If you are more interested in selling the rug yourself, this article will give you some tips.
Have a perfect Day!
Owner of Paradise Oriental Rugs, Inc.
137 No. Main St.
707-823-3355 Tues-Sat 12-5
Sunday, by appointment. Closed Monday.
I do not do appraisals so if you feel that is what you need first, Pamela Hiller is highly qualified and in Sonoma County.
Saturday, January 8, 2011
It's January and I am having a SALE. All rugs, including my fantastic Persian tribal rugs are currently 15% off with select rugs throughout my inventory 20-30% off. Sale will run for the next few weeks. Above are a few of the rugs at my shop that I consider exceptional.
Have a look! The below link will take you directly to my galleries.
Here is a link to my ARTICLES page with all the FAQS, about shipping out of state and yes, I do "on approval" even on SALE priced rugs. http://www.paradiseorientalrugs.com/article.html
There is additional info on how to ascertain value, when and if you need an appraisal, how to sell your Oriental rug and much more.
I carry Persian Gabbehs, Persian tribal rugs such as Qashqai, Bijar, etc., vegetable dyed Turkoman rugs, veg dyed Afghan rugs (Heriz, Sultanabad designs, etc...), Oriental rug trappings; saddle bags, bag faces (the front of an antique saddle bag, torbas (storage bags for nomadic weavers), sofrehs, which are eating cloths and actually very durable AND ballasht's which are woven to be pillows OR grain sacks to be tied to the side of a camel. Also I have a few pieces from some of the other rug producing countries, for example a dragon rug from Buton. I am always available for questions so here is my cell...your direct line!
Email is good too as I am online frequently.
Happy New Year to You and my most sincere hopes for you to achieve the goals and dreams that you have put forth for this year!http://www.blogger.com/www.paradiseorientalrugs.com
TheUnderCoverRugLover, aka Penny Krieger