Modern Tibetan Rug: hand-knotted, 100 knots per square inch, hand-spun Himalayan wool, natural dyes. Size: 9'11'' x 13'10''. PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A NO HIDDEN RESERVE AUCTION, ALL ACCEPTABLE BIDDING WILL COMMENCE AT THE ONLINE START PRICE. Online Auction: Friday, May 4, 2018, 11AM EST. Public Exhibition: May 2-3, 10AM-5PM. EXHIBITION AND PICK UP LOCATION: 52 Horse Hill Road, Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927. Since 1921, Michaelian and Kohlberg has been a leading pioneer in the oriental rug industry. Many antique rugs from founder Frank Michaelian's collection reside in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. His grandson, Teddy Sumner, an accomplished artist and designer, has directed the company since 1980 and been an important figure in reviving the art of the carpet for over three decades. A hallmark of Michaelian and Kohlberg projects has been a reverence for tradition as well as innovation, and a respect for the people and cultures from which these art forms originate. Since the 1980's, Michaelian and Kohlberg has been involved in projects that have been credited for reviving the art and craft of natural dyeing and hand-spinning in Turkey, India, Nepal, China, Afghanistan and elsewhere.