Our Antiques Dealers

10 dealers found

Specialising in antique and contemporary oriental rugs, tapestries and accessories, The Pars Rug Gallery also offers specialist rug cleaning and restoration services, valuations and advice.
Peta Smyth has been dealing in antique textiles since 1976. The shop, at 42 Moreton Street in Pimlico, is renowned for its extensive and comprehensive stock of beautiful and fine textiles, and attracts a loyal…
I have been dealing in antique and old tribal rugs, dowry weavings and decorative carpets from the Near East and Central Asia since 1979. From 1972-1977 I lived and worked in Iran, spending the best…
Katrien Vermeeren is passionate about finding unique and beautiful designs made by local craftspeople in the East – from Berber women to Turkish nomads. She became passionate about the handmade Kilims, Beni Ouarain rugs, Boucherouite…
Didier Marien has been an antique dealer since 1987, and he is also an expert and member of the European Chamber of Expert-Conseil in Works of Art (CECOA). In 1995, he bought the Boccara Gallery…
Gallery Yacou is a family-owned business established over four generations. Owned and run by myself and my father, Ezekiel, our emphasis has always been and will be to deliver close and personalised service to our…
Gideon Hatch has been dealing in antique rugs since 1985. Trained as a painter, for the past 12 years he has been designing his own rugs influenced by mid century abstract art. The rugs are…
Galerie Arabesque is an internationally active gallery, exhibiting regularly at The Pacific Arts of Asia shows in San Francisco and New York, The Tribal Art Fair in San Francisco, The Hali Fair in London, LAPADA…
Doe & Hope specialise in decorative, rare and unusual antiques from around the world with a particular interest in the atmosphere that surrounds an object, taking a cinematic approach in the presentation of our inventory.…
Oriental and European antique and contemporary carpets, rugs & runners all of which can be seen in-situ. Specialists in antique rugs from Persia, Caucasus, Anatolia, Russia from the mid to late 19th Century.