LARTA – The London Antique Rug and Textile Art Fair, 3rd-6th April

LARTA – The London Antique Rug and Textile Art Fair, 3rd-6th April

Gallery Nomad (Robert Aigin) Antique North West Persian Heriz, circa 1890. 566 x 350 / 18ft 7in x 10ft x 10in)

Gallery Nomad (Robert Aigin)
Antique North West Persian Heriz, circa 1890.
566 x 350 / 18ft 7in x 10ft x 10in)

This specialist Fair returns for its fourth annual exhibition at The Showroom a venue which is also very close to Alfies and the other antique shops on Church Street, NW8. At the Fair you will find an assortment of textiles, rugs and carpets mainly from the Caucasus, Persia, India and China being shown by leading specialist dealers.

Owen Parry  Detail from Persian Silk Brocade, Qajar period, 19th century

Owen Parry
Detail from Persian Silk Brocade,
Qajar period, 19th century

It is the perfect place to go whether you are a collector, interior designer or just looking for a colourful, decorative rug or carpet for your home.

Seneh Rugs Antique Persian Afshar 1.56m x 1.30m  Circa. 1880, South Iran

Seneh Rugs
Antique Persian Afshar 1.56m x 1.30m
Circa. 1880, South Iran

On the opening evening (3rd April) an “online virtual fair” will be launched on the LARTA website (www.larta.net) which will show the participating dealers ‘stock. Online visitors will be able to contact each dealer to enquire or purchase an item during the Fair. Sold items will be indicated to avoid confusion.

Galerie Arabesque The front of a Kutch embroidered dress from Gujarat India

Galerie Arabesque
The front of a Kutch embroidered dress from Gujarat India

Location: The Showroom, 63 Penfold St, London NW8 8PQ

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