People often ask us, “Where do you get such beautiful antique rugs?” Claremont Rug Company’s international buying team is continually seeking out the most breathtaking Oriental carpets for our customers who are furnishing their homes and the rarest 19th century Persian and Caucasian rugs for our connoisseur clients.
The Carolina Cache featured here is the largest of the acquisitions we have made this winter. Each of the 19th century carpets from this estate of a Southern banker is a standout, all 35 pieces revealing his unerring eye for uniqueness and artistic harmony.
The gallery also contains some of the dynamic antique carpets we recently acquired from Nine Other Private Caches as far flung as Greenwich and New Orleans, Pebble Beach and Yerevan, Armenia, Hawaii and Montreal. Don’t miss the exquisitely woven circa 1850 Senneh rug so fine you can fold it like a handkerchief. Or the glorious rainbow of soft colors in an oversize Sultanabad from the Carolina Cache. Or the mesmerizing iconography of a rare red-ground Caucasian Bidjov Shirvan.
We look forward to introducing you to the many other Persian and tribal rugs in the caches represented here and to answering your specific inquiries.