Small Scatter Size Antique Square Persian Sultanabad Rug 42219
Woven in Sultanabad, this unique tribal carpet combines unusual colors and traditional Turkmen patterns that are seemingly immune to the curvilinear style that dominated Sultanabad.
Small Scatter Size Antique Square Persian Sultanabad Rug, Country Of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: Early 20th century – Antique Persian Sultanabad carpets come from what is now the Arak region of Iran and are frequently regarded as some of the highest quality products made in that area. This particular antique Persian rug is unusual in both it’s square size as well as its softer and more decorative coloration.
This small scatter size antique Persian Sultanabad rug is sure to enhance any interior design. Its bold geometric design and starkly cool contrasting color scheme also makes for a gorgeous, eye-catching pattern that will stand out almost anywhere, especially if used as a piece of wall hanging art.
Nearly every part of the pattern on this Persian Sultanabad rug is made of rigid lines and sharp angles. The design features traditional Persian tribal symbols, including what appear to be Trees of Life along the border of the carpet. The Eye, Running Water, and Wolfs Mouth were all common tribal symbols used on these types of Sultanabad carpets.
Some hand woven rugs are subtle and meant to fade into the background, creating a backdrop for other parts of the room. This woven work of art is not subtle. This is a small scatter size rug that makes a definitive statement. No matter where this carpet is placed, it will grab a viewer’s attention and refuse to let go.
On first glance, the design seems symmetrical, but as one examines the colors, the true beauty of this complex composition reveals itself. The palette and pattern of this square Persian Sultanabad rug are truly exquisite. One could spend hours trying to decipher every detail of this astounding bit of weaving.