At two auctions each year, Freeman’s offers a broad selection of carpets and antique Oriental rugs in an impressive variety of weavings. Often included in these sales are palace, oversize, and room-size carpets woven in urban areas of Persia and India, as well as scatter-size urban and nomadic weavings, runners and village trappings. Items generally date from the late eighteenth through the mid-twentieth-centuries with a selection that will appeal to the cognoscenti, interior decorator and private collector seeking exceptional workmanship and design. Freeman’s has featured several estate collections, including the noted Robert Montgomery Scott collection. The early Caucasian Sunburst rug from this estate sold for $341,825 - a record auction result for a Caucasian weaving. Freeman’s attracts an international audience and are best known for continually offering quality material. Consignments are always welcome, from single objects to entire collections, and we respond with discretion and expertise. Please contact a member of this Department if you have any questions, or wish to discuss buying or consigning your rugs and carpets with Freeman’s.