• Monty Reed

    We were fortunate to discover Fourth Ave Rugs after a lunch at Bandar. we skipped dessert and found rugs. Arman and Cynthia love rugs and teaching others about them. Gracious and generous with their time. Nothing is ever too hard to find or roll out. We thoroughly enjoy the process. Our first rug was a lark, with little thought we bought it and had it shipped to us by the Gallery. It arrived perfectly wrapped and we live with it, happily walking on art. An older rug needed some repairs and washing so I shipped it to San Diego. A few months later we visited our beautifully repaired and washed rug. And spent a few days learning about other rugs and styles. We have bought several rugs and have never been "sold" a rug.

    Fourth Ave Rugs has become a destination for us in San Diego.

  • Richard Inman

    As a long-time Persian carpet aficionado and collector I have purchased and dealt with many oriental rug dealers and galleries.
    I rate the 4th Ave. Rug Gallery in San Diego as a personal favorite for many reasons. They have always been courteous, friendly and very knowledgeable.
    Their prices are very reasonable for the high quality I’ve chosen over the last 10+ years.
    They remain a constant in the sometimes unstable world of "oriental rug shops" and can be depended on to have a large beautiful inventory and first class service.

    Richard inman

  • Ann Marie Sagle

    I enthusiastically endorse 4th Avenue Rug Gallery for their expertise, knowledge, professionalism, and perfected Persian carpet cleaning!

    Assistant to the Associate Dean
    College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts
    San Diego State University

  • Alexis

    When I moved into my downtown condo last year, I thought I would have to knock out the unattractive tiled dining area floor. Replacing it and the living room carpeting with wood..in order to establish some continuity and warmth. Then, I thought, why not just cover the dining room floor with a beautiful rug...something I could move on to the next place...rather than grabbing my pick and breaking up the tile. The only problem was that I already had a beautiful, but hard to match, oriental rug I was using the living room. I searched in vain for its mate. All the rugs I found were too vivid...or the wrong style. Eventually, I rolled into the 4th Avenue Rug Gallery, where I became acquainted with Cynthia Kosciuczyk. After showing me every rug in the shop at least twice, in order to save her back, Cynthia suggested I bring in some photographs. One look, and she selected three rugs, which she immediately brought to my home. All of them were winners, but one was perfect...and lives there still.

    K Street Condos