Antique Traditional Rugs

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Antique Traditional Rugs are defined as any rug, regardless of origin or style, which was produced before 1900. Coveted for their rich colors and designs, Antique Traditional Rugs are created using only natural sources dyes that are derived from plants, minerals, and animals. Natural source dyes are the reason why Antique Traditional Rugs maintain their vibrant color throughout time, and the reason why they remain the crown jewel of Traditional Rugs.

At Maloumian Traditional Rugs, we have been proudly collecting Antique Traditional Rugs since 1927. With the best selection of Antique Traditional Rugs in Philadelphia, Montgomery County, Bucks County, the Main Line, and New Jersey (including Princeton and beyond). Maloumian Traditional Rugs is guaranteed to have the perfect Antique Traditional Rug for you.

While Antique Traditional Rugs are considered the most coveted by collectors and aficionados, semi-antique traditional rugs (1900-1939) and modern traditional rugs (1939-Present) have been increasingly growing in popularity as consumers begin to appreciate their unique craftsmanship, colors, and design.

Maloumian Traditional Rugs’ Philadelphia warehouse proudly boasts one of the largest collections of Semi-Antique and Modern traditional rugs in the Delaware Valley. With styles ranging from 19th Century Serapis to vivid Sarouks for the 1920’s. Maloumian Traditional Rugs is sure to accommodate your design tastes, whatever they may be.

In the end, regardless of whether you are interested in an Antique, Semi-Antique, or Modern Traditional Rug, be confident that any hand-woven rug you choose is destined to become an artifact and prized family heirloom. With the right care and respect, any Maloumian Traditional Rug will become an investment that will pay you and your family both aesthetic and financial dividends. If you are interested in buying an Antique Traditional Rug, Semi-Antique or Modern Rug, the only choice is Maloumian Traditional Rugs in Philadelphia.