Ivory Color Background Breathtaking Antique Ziegler Sultanabad Persian Rug, Country Of Origin: Persia, Circa date: 1880 – This breathtaking antique Persian Sultanabad rug features the angular, less curve linear, patterns that are so recognizable as being from the Ziegler production of rugs in Sultanabad Persia. The captivating use of beautiful colors in this piece are still rich despite originating from around the turn of the last century. This jaw dropping antique Persian rug features a more tribal interpretations of flowers, leaves and vines. In the main field, the magnificent light ivory color background provides ample juxtaposition to the more vibrant and warmer colors of the foreground’s design elements.
The ivory field is rendered with magnificent large scale palmette motifs that are simply magnificent in both color and scale. While the specific pattern of this beautiful antique Persian Sultanabad rug changes, more tribal flora remains featured in all borders, especially the light blue main border, which frame this magnificent work of art in the most perfect and complimentary way possible. The innermost border thinly runs around the center panel with a warmer, somewhat camel background colored background.
Next is a medium width minor border. This smaller size guard border features a rustic warmer color background as well as another single line of pattern, but with greater variation of softer rustic colors. Next we come to the main border central. A more primitive approach to the design, yet open patterns of various stylized flora, connected as though cursive had an affinity for right angles, sits on a light blue color. This light blue background border incorporates similar color tones and design aspects that we see against the ivory field. This creates the perfect frame to tie in and complete the overall artistic impact of this breathtaking antique Ziegler Sultanabad Persian rug.
This is one of the most decorative rugs available anywhere. The soft coloration and tribal design combine in the most perfect and artistic way. This combination of color and design elevate this from being a merely pretty Oriental rug to the class of textile art that is sure to compliment pretty much any interior design and decorating aesthetic.