Certified Authentic

Did you know a 17th-century Kerman vase rug with a vine scroll, sickle leaf, and palmette design was sold for $33.765 million in 2013 at Sotheby’s auction and became the most valuable Persian rug?

Investing in a hand-knotted Persian rug is a wise decision, as these rugs can become family assets for generations if well-maintained. Persian rugs that are at least 30 years old are considered collectible items, while those that are at least 60 years old are deemed antique.

At Los Angeles Home of Rugs, we take great pride in our collection of vintage, antique, and one-of-a-kind hand-knotted Persian rugs. Each rug is carefully curated and inspected to ensure its authenticity and quality. We want our customers to feel confident in their investment and know that they are purchasing a genuine hand-knotted Persian rug that can become a cherished family heirloom.

We take the authenticity of our rugs seriously and understand the importance of authenticity when it comes to investing in a hand-knotted Persian rug. That's why we provide each customer with a Certificate of Authenticity, guaranteeing that the rug they have purchased is a genuine hand-knotted Persian rug.

The certificate serves as proof of the rug's authenticity and is also known as an appraisal certificate for insurance or resale purposes. This ensures that if you ever decide to sell or insure your rug, you have the documentation needed to prove its value and authenticity.

Our Certificate of Authenticity includes details about the rug, such as its origin, age, materials, and design. It also includes the signature and stamp of the rug expert who has examined and authenticated the rug.

Once you have completed your order with us, you can expect to receive your Certificate of Authenticity via US postal service to your billing address within 2-3 weeks. This documentation will not only add value to your rug, but it will also provide peace of mind knowing that you have invested in a genuine hand-knotted Persian rug.