About Sultanabad Rugs
Consider a Sultanabad Rug a Valued Collectible and Dazzling Floor Enhancement.
Highly treasured Sultanabad rugs have great value in any condition, often favored for their bold floral designs with spacious patterns. The bold floral designs with spacious patterned make these rugs the perfect choice of the European market from from the mid 19th-century onward. All Sultanabad rugs from this period were exclusively made with pure and natural dyes, and they still are.
Sultanabad Rugs Colors
They often favored the dark red, blue, soft green, gold, and ivory are the typical colors of Sultanabad rugs. Warps, with a foundation, and wefts of cotton. The pile is wool, hand spun--usually from the weaver's own sheep. The rugs are woven using asymmetrical Turkish knots to tie each loop one by one.
Sultanabad Rugs Designs
Besides using wide and bold borders, Sultanabad Persian rugs have designs based on small repeating floral patterns as well as all-over large scale lattice vine patterns. Designers have simplified the designs by creating a special work of art with unique character. Foreign companies as well as local merchants adopted a similar system, causing the rugs to become carpets of the highest decorative value, even today by both interior designers and the discriminating collector.