Antique Rug Galleria: How Persian Rugs are made

September 29, 2010 by
Filed under: Bukhara Rugs 


www.antiqueruggalleria.com 96 Main Street Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4877 At the age of 15 Hans Boujaran was taught by his mother to work on tapestries and Needlepoints in his hometown of Tehran. Little did that young boy realize that a creative seed had been planted in his heart, and that 17 years later he would own Antique Rug Galleria in the prestigious village of Southampton New York. Hans’s passion for art and interior decor is poetically translated into rug designs. His years of studying the masters and tenderly restoring antiques have given him a deep appreciation for the classics and true craftsmanship. “My clients appreciate designs that withstand the passage of time. They are looking for authentic art and they appreciate that they are supporting a dying art form.” Antique Rug Galleria collections are made from 100% hand spun lambs wool, using natural and vegetable dyes to create gentle luminescent color. Hand knotted by Afghan weavers, this tradition has been passed on through the family, in the same way as Hans learned from his mother. “My inspiration comes from life itself, I have learned how to interpret colors and patterns from nature, architecture, textiles and paintings, translating my vision into rug designs.” “As an artist, my canvases are my treasured rugs, each design has its own story and soul.”Showcase of Antique Rugs from different eras including Persian Rugs, Oriental Rugs, Antique Carpets offered by L’Entrepot Antiques and Interior Design. Visit us at www.lentrepotdesign.com.




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12 Comments on Antique Rug Galleria: How Persian Rugs are made

  1. PersianRugsCanada on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 5:00 am

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  2. mjay22 on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 5:02 am

    @lawrencelugar7777 Yeah, that’s right and I think that’s what makes Persian rugs very popular across the world.

  3. mjay22 on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 5:40 am

    This explains why many Asians and Europeans decorate their houses with Persian rugs.

  4. plusplusplusplusp on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 6:28 am

    I think the beautiful colours, pleasing patterns and inexplicable ambience of Persian rugs make them a ‘must’ for any big room!

  5. lawrencelugar7777 on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 6:47 am

    Persion rugs are gorgeous.

    Deep, luscious, and mysterious.

  6. KhmerSerey1 on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 7:14 am

    I love persian rug mate !!!

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  9. RUGMANdotCOM on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 8:32 am

    What you say at 6:41 is very true. As this art becomes rare – the value of these rugs will only increase over time. I have found that the Oriental area rugs and Persian rugs at Rugman(.)com for example, are attracting more and more art lovers looking for authentic hanmade works of art.

  10. AreaRugsClub on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 9:08 am

    nice presentation! thanks for sharing.

  11. ezsarah on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 9:34 am

    this is cool. thanks for insight, it was very intriguing.

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