Evaluating antique persian rugs requires a lot of expertise 


Evaluating antique Persian rugs is a complex field and requires much expertise by the dealer. There are a number of factors that affect the value of an antique persian rug. One being a carpet between 100 and 200 years old will have had some restoration and the quality of restoration will affect the price. Market pressures might come into play as well as the value of that carpet within its peer group.


When looking for a dealer you will need to do your due diligence, researching from Consumer Reports to Internet searches. Look into the dealer’s history that you’re considering working with and also check with friend if they have any recommendations.When evaluating antique persian rugs you want a professional that has standing in his field. You want to deal with a small business that has been at it for a while.


The job of the dealer is to help you see and understand the rug. The dealer evaluating  antique persian rugs should eliminate concerns of authenticity, condition, and value. The purchase of an antique Persian rug is an investment and should be an enjoyable experience.

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