Crowned by history as Shahanshah (
1571-1629), or “the King of kings,” Shah Abbas I forges an empire through diplomacy, tolerance and the offerings of freedom to all its inhabitants. A new capital is born matching the grandeur of his vision. The city of Esfahan becomes the most beautiful in the known world and serves as the cultural crossroads that lead to a golden age of art and trade. Shahanshah invites us into the glamour of the royal courts of Esfahan. A melange of mysterious woods kindles a fragrant incense as the golden shimmer of saffron gilds the famed Esfahan rose. The long lace of vetiver weaves the dreams of one man into the essence of the collective. Envisioning brought to life.
Notes: Saffron, Rose, Vetiver, Woods, Incense