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Now you can browse through articles on high end oriental rugs, rug weaving, and Solomon's Collection community services. This is our new section devoted to show our customers all about an amazing public reception with our expansion efforts. Thank you to all our customers for your support. We prove to continue to be the leading source of the finest hand made rugs.







Solomon and son Kaveh stand in front of a rug designed by a Boston Renaissance school student

Picture Courtesy of The Patriot Ledger © 2003


Quincy Schools To Benfit From Rug Competition
The Patriot Ledger · Saturday/Sunday · April5-6, 2003

"One wouldn't think an Oriental rug company and a school-to-work program would make for a remarkable synergy, but Solomon Mojtabai and Arthur Keough do.

The two have organized an art contest in which Quincy middle school students are competing to design the most dazzling Persian rug. The winning design will be selected by Mojtabai and other judges on May 15 and will be sent to Nepal to be made into a rug by Mojtabai's crafting associates. The winning rug will be auctioned off or sold, with the proceeds going to the Quincy schools..." Read full article.

Quincy Schools art directors and Solomon announce design contest

Picture Courtesy of The Quincy Sun © 2003

  Contest Permits Students To Design An Actual Rug
The Quincy Sun · Thursday, April 10 2003

"One of the city's newest retailers has teamed up with the Quincy School-Community Partnership program in an effort to encourage young artists.

Solomon Mojtabai, owner of Solomon's Collection & Fine Rugs, 809 Hancock St., designed a special project for students at the middle school level that will net experience for the artist and funds for the schools..." Read full article.

Quincy Mayor Phelan and Solomon celebrate the Grand Opening of the Quincy Showroom on Rt. 3A

Picture Courtesy of The Quincy Sun © 2003

  Solomon's Collection & Fine Rugs Moves To New Quincy Location
The Quincy Sun · Thursday, February 13 2003

Solomon's Collection & Fine Rugs, formerly located in Boston's Back Bay, recently moved to Quincy at 809 Hancock St.

The firm features a large collection of handmade wool and silk carpets from around the world, and antiques. Solomon Mojtabai, a retired general and vascular surgeon, established the company in 1987 as a result of his lifelong passion for oriental carpets..." Read full article.


By Sara Terry
The Boston Globe· Thursday, November 3, 1994 · Home Section Front Page

The way Solomon Mojtabai figures it his love affair with oriental rugs was born in the earliest months of his life, during the days when he first started crawling around on the rug-covered floors of his parents' home in Iran.

"For Persians, it's like rugs are in our blood," says Mojtabai, a former surgeon and lifelong rug collector. "When we open our eyes as babies, they are what we see..."
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Renowned and respected media have been writing about our expansion, community service initiatives and exclusive product offerings.

Multiple articles are written, seen, and heard in media such as

The Boston Globe
Boston Magazine
The Boston Business Journal
The Patriot Ledger
The Quincy Sun
WJDA 1300 AM Radio Business Spotlight
The Wellesley Townsman

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