Saturday, October 18, 2008

Restoring an Antique Textile and a Fabric With Sentimental Value

A customer brought in an antique fabric he had found in his grand mother's closet after she passed away. This beautiful piece of fabric was made of silk with oxidized metal fringes. It looked at least 150 years old with an older coats of arm sewn and attached to it in the center. It looked European probably from Italy or Spain.

We restored the pieces by one of our restoration experts and our customer fell in love with it again after he saw it restored. He then too it to a specialized frame store and framed it to hang it on the wall behind his bed to always remember his beloved grandma.

This customer liked our service so much and bought a Persian hand knotted 9 x 12 Hamedan rug from us.

Khosrow Sobhe

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