Material Goods

Material Goods     11/12/2009

by Ondine Cohane,
as seen in New York Magazine

You have two choices when you go to Hayko’s: You can either lug your beloved but tattered antique rug or kilim there and have it attentively restored, or you can buy a new one from the large collection.

Sale items (accumulated over five years’ collecting include a nineteenth-century Chinese rug, was $2,800, now $1,800; 22-by-22-inch kilim pillow, was $70, now $35;

large kilim, was $1,750, now $1,200. Hayko Restoration and Conservation Antique Rugs and Tapestry, 857 Lexington Ave., at 65th St., second floor (717-5400); Mon. Wed. and Fri. 10-6, Thurs. till 8, Sat. and Sun. till 5.