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Rug Appraisals • Antique Rug Appraisals • Rug Value
"Looking to Buy or Sell an Estate or Vintage Rug?"
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"I called Carpet Cleaning Experts to have cleaned a couple of old oriental rugs that I inherited from my parents and was not using. Bill Tremblay sent a van over to pick up the rugs and, even though they were old and worn, he verified that they were authentic and offered to sell them or have them sold at auction.
I thought they were worthless, consented to the sale through an auctioneer in the Boston area and was amazed by the price one of them fetched. The other worth much less was also sold by Bill himself, although it was not deemed auctionable. He took a small commission and mailed me a check for the proceeds. I felt as though I had been given good news on the Antiques Road Show. I found Bill Tremblay very trustworthy." George Waterston
We Set Up Sales Programs and Auctions for Estate Rugs and Also Help Buyers Locate Fine Rugs that Are for Sale."
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We offer additional services for rug owners. If you have a rug you're looking to sell, we can help you do it! We will:
WE ARE OFTEN CALLED UPON TO LIQUIDATE OTHER ESTATE ITEMS INCLUDING: paintings, artwork, furniture, sterling silver and other antiques.
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"I wish to commend Bill Tremblay for his help to me as a relative newcomer to the world of antique and oriental rugs. Bill has been a terrific help to me, with his verbal descriptions and internet references as to types of rugs, conditions and values plus overall sincere interest in my furnishing of a new condominium.
I simply can't say enough about his help with my education: many times he has brought not-for-sale rugs to my shop just so I can start getting a feel for types, colors and age.
It is my distinct impression that at his company he is the first one in the door to start the workday, and also is the last one out at the end of the day! He goes a long way in proving the old adage that the hardest worker is usually the best worker. With many thanks," Ed Christiansen