(High-Decorative) Fine late 19th-century Sultanabads have forged an important niche in the interior design market. They offer a harmonious marriage between formal and casual elements, allowing them to enliven virtually any setting. Offering a tightly controlled yet expressive Herati pattern of lotus diamond and curling leaf (colloquially known in the West as the "fish" design), this energetic carpet is a successful syncretism of medallion and all-over styles. Anchored on the particularly beautiful sunset vermillion base, an array of vegetally sourced, still glowing tonalities add tremendous visual interest to every section, with notes of tangerine, rare spruce greens, burnished gold, sapphire, and powder blue. Its clarity of its design is a result of both the purity of its natural dyes and its extremely good condition.

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