The conservation of antique carpets, rugs, and textiles is a delicate marriage of art and science, requiring deep knowledge and highly specialized skills. The entire being of the carpet, rug, or textile – its soul -- is determined by its origin, the quality of the wool, silk, or cotton used for the warp and weft, and the types of dyes selected to create it.

The Conservation Process for a 16th Century Cairene Carpet

The Conservation of a 17th Century, $33 Million Rug from the William A. Clarke Collection

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