ANTIQUE PERSIAN TEA SET FOR TWO PEOPLE
Beautiful Persian engraved Ghalam-zani Brass Tea Set. hand-engraved in Isfahan.
Includes two cups of tea and a sugar dish and a brass tray.
This Tea Set has been hand made by the artesian based in Esfahan using different techniques such as Ghalamzani and hand sawing.
Engraving (Ghalam-zani) is a term, for artistic metalworking, it is one of the original Persian handicraft, the art of engraving and embossing, hammering, repousse and chasing elaborate designs, patterns and shapes on metals such as copper, silver, gold, and brass to form minute detailed reliefs or small engraved patterns. Art engraving has a long history in Iran back to more than several thousand years ago.
- Patina technique
- Material: Brass
- The diameter of the tray 21 cm
- Sugar dish height 4.5cm diameter 5.5 cm
- Engare height 6cm diameter 5.5 cm
- Glass cup height 7cm diameter 5.5cm
Engraving “Ghalam ZanI” is the art of carving superb designs on various metals such as copper, brass, silver and gold. Isfahan is the main centre for engraving. The artistic work of this course made by the artists is the glorious and undeniable indication of Previous metal work of Iran and Isfahan, in particular.
GHALAMZANI ON BRASS TEA SET FOR TWO PEOPLE
An antique Persian tea set is a collection of tea-serving items that were made in Persia (modern-day Iran) during a specific historical time period, typically considered to be over 100 years old. The set may include items such as a teapot, cups, saucers, sugar bowl, and cream pitcher, and may be made of materials such as ceramics, silver, or brass. The design of the set may be influenced by traditional Persian decorative styles, such as the Persian blue, Laleh, or Tazhib designs, and may feature intricate patterns and calligraphy. Antique Persian tea sets are often prized for their historical and cultural significance, as well as their beauty and craftsmanship.
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