What remains is an impressive offering of beautiful antique, semi-antique and new Oriental rugs, many of which are rare, high-quality and exquisite.
I’ve seen a few and wanted to pass along some highlights. One circa-1900 rug, a refined pale green and cream Tabriz that measures about 9 by 12 feet, is stunning in its washed neutral tones and nuanced richness. Another, a russet-hued, blue-accented antique Persian serapi, is dated 1880. And if you are looking for an Oriental without a center medallion (which can sometimes be a challenge), don’t miss previewing and bidding on a sultanabad with a lush, all-over gold and deep blue rectangular design that's 9 1/2 feet by 15 feet, 9 inches.
Pirouzan has made this final auction a special event, and in many ways it’s a thank-you to Pirouzan's customers and the community. Valet parking will be available, and food and drinks will be served.
Previews for the auction will begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, with auctions commencing at 2 p.m. both days.