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The Armenian Rugs Society, a non-profit organization  founded in Washington D.C. in 1980, is dedicated to the identification, preservation and dissemination of knowledge of Armenian rugs.

In pursuit of this mission, the Armenian Rugs Society has held symposiums and exhibitions in numerous venues including New York City, Philadelphia, Richmond, Memphis, Ft. Worth, Fresno, San Francisco, Boston, Worcester, Montreal, London and Geneva.

To support these efforts, we maintain a data bank of hand knotted oriental rugs, carpets, kilims, bags and trappings bearing inscriptions woven in the Armenian alphabet.

All who share an interest in these endeavors are warmly invited to join our membership. We would also  encourage those among you  who own hand wovern rugs with Armenian inscriptions to contribute their photos to our data bank.

The Only Armenian Rug Organization

Preserving the Memory of the Past

OUR TEAM

Joan Smalls
DIRECTOR
Born in Brooklyn in 1914, Rand was creative from a young age. He studied art at Pratt Institute in Manhattan and practiced drawing constantly. One of his first jobs was laying out product spreads for Apparel Arts, a popular men’s fashion magazine
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