Ceramic bowl set with mirror
The bowl set is handmade and made of ceramic and is inspired by Persian Art.
All handmade – clay material – dishes are designed and mixed and then baked to highlight the designs. Baking with a temperature above a thousand degrees.
The painting is flooded with OPEC materials, which in dark colors causes white color on the bottom of the bowls. The glaze is lead-free and can be used for hot materials.
Set of 6 small bowls & a middle plate with mirror.
A ceramic bowl set with a mirror is a collection of bowls that are made from ceramic material and are accompanied by a mirror. The bowls may be used for serving food or as decorative pieces, and the mirror may be used for display or functional purposes. The set may include a variety of different sizes and shapes of bowls, and the mirror may be a stand-alone piece or incorporated into the design of the bowls. Ceramic is a type of pottery that is fired at high temperatures to harden it, and it is known for its durability and versatility. It is a popular choice for bowls and other kitchen and dining items because of its ability to retain heat and resist staining and scratching. The mirror in a ceramic bowl set with a mirror may be made from glass or another reflective material and may be framed or unframed.
- Small bowl size: D 10 cm H 3.5cm
- The diameter of the middle plate: D 20 cm
- Mirror: 28×21 cm
- Technique: Subglaze
- Material: Ceramic
- Mirror material: wood with desktop stand
- Artist: Reza Narimany
Haft Sin bowls
Haft Sin bowls are traditional bowls that are used as part of the Haft Sin table setting during the Persian New Year celebration known as Nowruz. The Haft Sin table includes seven items that start with the Persian letter “sin”, as well as other traditional items such as candles, flowers, and pastries. Some common items that may be placed in Haft Sin bowls include: sprouts or grains (symbolizing rebirth and renewal), a sweet pudding made from wheat germ (symbolizing affluence), dried fruit (symbolizing love), garlic (symbolizing medicine), apples (symbolizing health and beauty), sumac berries (symbolizing the sunrise), and vinegar (symbolizing age and patience).
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