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Created in 1799 by the Bon factory, this design has been restored by the designers of Papier Français. This paper model is named after the city of Isfahan, famous for its intoxicatingly fragrant roses. They are found here in a brightly coloured pattern. This proposal is an opening to a rose garden. Thanks to innovative technologies, its design is transcribed with a real wealth of detail.
"At the bottom of my terrace grew an English rosebush. "It bore an abundance of light pink flowers with an intoxicating fragrance! I rather liked the beauty and elegance of this English rose. When one day a friend cried out, "Oh the beautiful roses of Esfahan!" Damascus, Shiraz, Esfahan! Suddenly I didn't like them as I used to. No, these roses I now cherished madly..."