about mirror and candlesticks
Persian mirrors and candlesticks are usually one of the most important elements of the wedding table and also decorative objects that can be seen in many homes. This type of decorative object is produced in different colors and sizes, as well as in different materials, you can choose a model based on the budget and the type of environment in which the mirror and candlestick are to be placed.
Persian mirrors and candlesticks are placed on the wedding table as a symbol for the beginning of a young couple’s life together, and along with other symbols on the table, they are part of the Iranian people’s culture about marriage. The bride and groom then bring their mirror and candlesticks home and place them in a corner of the house as Persian decoration.
In addition, Persian mirrors and candlesticks can be purchased separately from the wedding table and only for decoration or ordinary use at home. persian Mirrors can be used to make up and look at themselves, as well as candlesticks to place candles and light them and create a pleasant feeling at home. The type of decor can also be very small or slightly large and can be placed anywhere in the house. You can choose the material, color, and design of the mirror and candlestick based on the color of your living room layout. In this article, we try to introduce mirrors and candlesticks and their types.
Types of Persian mirrors and candlesticks
As mentioned, Persian mirrors and candlesticks today have a wide variety of designs and colors and can be purchased in different sizes and designs in the market. In the following, we will get acquainted with several types of different models.
Etching mirror and candlesticks
This model of mirrors and candlesticks is one of the most traditional arts of Iran. To produce them, Persian brass alloy is used and decorated with Persian handicraft of etching and designed with silver plating. Mirror and candlestick etching has different styles, the most famous of which is the Isfahan style. Etching in the literal sense comes from decorating and carving patterns on metal objects, especially copper, Persian gold, Persian silver, and brass. In simpler language, creating a line and a pattern through a stylus with a hammer on metal objects is called engraving.