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Inlaid Sugar Bowl Design Turquoise

Item Specifics:

  • Shipment: Shipping of this item will approximately take 45 days
  • Product type: Handmade inlay
  • Produced in: Isfahan, Iran
  • Dimensions: 15.5*9*5.5 cm

Description

Inlaid Sugar Bowl Design Turquoise Code 141256 By Kurosh-Karoubi Khatam

The Inlaid Sugar Bowl Design Turquoise is one of the popular pieces of inlaid art in Iran and especially Isfahan city. This unique sugar bowl can bring a style of Iranian art to your home or workplace. It weighs about 231 grams and the dimensions are 15.5*9*5.5 cm.

inlay work sugar bowl

If you are looking for a wonderful gift or souvenir of Iranian culture and nationality, the Inlaid Sugar Bowl Design Turquoise can be a great choice for it. It has decorative and functional use, and its design entirely represents Iran, Iranian people, and the art of Isfahan city.

marquetry sugar bowl

Marquetry or Inlaid work is one of the most valuable and beautiful handicrafts in Iran. This art is popular in different parts of Iran, especially Shiraz and Isfahan. Inlay work is the art of designing the surface of wooden objects in the form of mosaics with small triangles of wood, bone, and metal. Materials used for the production of inlay products include a variety of raw materials, such as types of wood like ebony, betel, beech, jujube, orange, maple, kokum, Tabrizi, and boxwood. All kinds of bones and ivory such as ivory, camel bone, cow, and horse bone. A variety of metal wires such as brass wire, silver wire, gold wire, oysters, flake yarn, silk, and lacquer are used.

Specifications:

  • Product type: Handmade Inlay
  • Produced in: Isfahan, Iran
  • Dimensions: 15.5*9*5.5 cm
  • Detailed dimensions: The height including the lid is 15.5 cm and the diameter of the lid is 5.5 cm
  • Weight: 231 grams
  • Product usage: Decorative, functional

Additional information

Weight 0.231 kg
Dimensions 9 × 5.5 × 15.5 cm
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