Firoozeh Koobi Turquoise On Copper Bonbon Dish
Turquoise on Copper Bonbon dish is also known as Firooze Koobi art, beautifully made by hand, inspired by Persian art. Firooze Koobi which are small pieces of turquoise (Firoozeh) are set in a mosaic fashion. is one of the distinguished courses of art in Isfahan.
- Artwork: Firooze Koobi
- Production: Handmade
- Object: Bonbon Dish
- Height with lid: 26 cm
- Height without lid: 17 cm
- Diameter: 15cm
- Origin: Persian
- Material: Copper. Persian Turquoise Stone
- Coating: Enameled coating
- Please note No two handmade items are exactly alike.
About the artwork:
Firoozeh Koobi or Turquoise inlaying consists of pieces of jewelry and containers made of metals such as copper, brass, silver, or bronze on which small pieces of turquoise stones are placed side by side with special glue. Firoozeh Koobi is a relatively young handicraft, and its history of it goes back around 80 years ago. Made by an artisan based in Esfahan.
Firoozeh Koobi is a type of decorative art from Iran that involves inlaying small pieces of turquoise into copper or other metal objects. The turquoise pieces are carefully cut and shaped to fit into the design and are set into the metal using a special adhesive. This technique is used to create intricate and detailed designs on a variety of metal objects, such as bowls, plates, and dishes.
A Copper bonbon dish is a small dish or tray typically used for holding candies or small desserts. It is made of copper, it could be decorated with Firoozeh Koobi technique, which will give the dish an unique and traditional look. Firoozeh Koobi is an ancient technique, it’s used in Iran to decorate different objects, and it’s considered a valuable craftsmanship.
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