Nazmiyal Collection is the world's source for antique rugs and decorative carpets and for the past 30 years has supplied some of the top interior designers, vendors, auction houses, museums and collectors across the globe. Their rugs can be seen featured in the Whitney Museum of American Art's exhibition of Paul Thek as well as the Morgan Library's newly renovated McKim building. Recently, London-based HALI magazine, the trusted publication for antique rugs and textiles, wrote a feature article on Nazmiyal recognizing them as a global leader in antique and one-of-a-kind decorative rugs. For the first time in Nazmiyal's history, their exclusive collection is available to you at a fraction of their retail prices
Jason Nazmiyal : Founder
I have been in business of acquiring and selling antique rugs for twenty-five years. Rugs are my passion, and my tastes are eclectic, ranging from early, classical pieces to Art Deco and Modernist rugs. What matters to me primarily is the beauty and quality of a piece. I buy with my eye and with my heart. Living in New York, the Mecca of the rug world, and traveling extensively, I have the opportunity to search constantly for the best pieces that are available. My wide experience and contacts in the rug world enable me to buy competitively, acquiring quality pieces for the best value, and to pass this value along to our customers. My goal at Nazmiyal is to give our clients the finest rugs with greatest range of choices at the best value.
A few examples of our antique rugs are below but get in touch for more information about our current collection.
#40317 - Antique Agra Rug, Indian, Late 19th Century
Four heart-shaped pairs of graceful vinescrolls structure the entire composition of this delightful antique Agra. Along with them are various flora like shrubs and palmettes, some of them stylized in the shape of vases. The different colors - browns, golds, and purples - are all set off against an ocean of blue-green ground. The gold-ground border reverses the effect of the field, while an outer guard of blue green reprises the field in a beautifully calculated alternating play of hue and color.
#41804 - Antique Ningsia, China, Seventeenth Century
More than three hundred years have not dimmed the brilliant design and classic formal elegance of this spectacular antique Ningsia carpet, made in an imperial Chinese workshop. The field displays a honeycomb lattice made up of hexagons comprised in turn by rhombuses with meander fillers. The rich, multi-leveled complexity of the design is nicely offset by the restrained palette of blues and tans, even in the surrounding meander border as well. To western eyes, the masterful field design appears almost three-dimensional, like clusters of cubes seen in perspective.
#41804 - Antique Mughal, India, Eighteenth Century
#44144 - Woven with wide borders in an oxidized shade of red, this outstanding 18th century Mughal carpet features in elegant latticework field defined by complementary saz-leaf motifs and rosettes. Each lozenge-shaped compartment is decorated with charming quatrefoils and branching floral motifs set over a midnight blue field. Camel-colored guardbands and dramatic borders featuring reciprocating palmettes and pronounced saz-leaf motifs frame this Mugal carpet.
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