Vintage & Antique Rugs by Nazmiyal Featured in Art Daily!

Nazmiyal Antique Rug in Living Room

Vintage and Antique Rugs from the Nazmiyal Collection have been featured in an article by art newspaper, Art Daily! The Nazmiyal Collection has been featured in an Art Daily article! The piece explores the resurgence of interest in Antique and vintage rugs and home furnishings. As a top dealer of antique carpets, Jason Nazmiyal comments Read More…

Wednesday Wishlist: Antique Chinese Rug with Animal Composition

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This week, we bring you a remarkable example of an antique Chinese rug that’s full of symbolism. Every Wednesday, The Nazmiyal Collection features one spectacular example of a hand-made vintage or antique rug from its vast catalog. We select each piece based on its aesthetic beauty, conceptual merit, and history. To see how we’d style Read More…

Was There Really a Magic Flying Carpet or is it a Myth?

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Flying Carpet – Myth or Reality The flying carpet has long been a device used in folklore to permit the protagonist (or antagonist) to achieve their mysterious devices as fast as possible. This legendary rug is an integral part of stories in the Eastern World, appearing in ancient Jewish texts, the Arabic One Thousand and One Nights, and Read More…

Nazmiyal Acquires Collection of Over 100 Vintage Moroccan Rugs

Nazmiyal Acquires Collection of Over 100 Vintage Moroccan Rugs

The Largest Collection of Vintage Moroccan Rugs in the World As the renewed interest in mid-century modern design is in full swing, vintage Moroccan rugs, with their distinctly minimalist aesthetic, have become one of the most popular rug styles available today. These alluring compositions feature a distinct style, generally characterized by ivory fields and simple Read More…

The Sublime Beauty of Mughal Carpets

Antique 17th Century Mughal Rug, Nazmiyal Collection

Mughal Carpets: A Beautiful Indian Tradition North India! Ah, that fertile ground for ill-fated love stories! When the fourth Mughal emperor Shah Jehan built the Taj Mahal to house the tomb of his favorite empress Mumtaz Mahal, he probably didn’t imagine that it would still be standing five centuries after his death as the greatest Read More…