New Pakistan Hand-woven Antique Reproduction of a 19th Century Persian Sultanabad Carpet 7'9"x 10'
A beautiful example of a 'New' 1880's Ziegler Sultanabad. The city of Sultanabad (now known as Arak) was founded in 1808 to become the major center of rug production in Iran. Sultanabad carpets are distinguished as the highest quality of Mahal productions manufactured in the Arak region. Other types of Sultanabad designs may include production from Mushkabad. Farahans and Sarouks were also made in the Arak region, though are wholly different. 7'9"x 10'
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