Gajar Tea Set
- Gajar Tea Set of six glass tea cups and saucer, tray, and bonbon dish.
- Inspired by Qajar Art.
The Gajar Tea Set is a type of decorative tea set that originated in Persia during the Gajar Dynasty, which ruled Iran from 1794 to 1925. The set typically includes a teapot, several small teacups or glasses, and a tray, all of which are intricately decorated with colorful designs and patterns.
The teapot and teacups in a Gajar Tea Set are typically made of porcelain or ceramic, while the tray is often made of metal. The designs on the tea set often include floral motifs, geometric patterns, and calligraphy, and are usually executed in a variety of bright colors.
These tea sets were traditionally used to serve tea to guests and were often given as gifts to mark special occasions or to honor important guests. Today, they are primarily used for decorative purposes and are often displayed in collections or used as centerpieces or decorative accents in home decor.
The Gajar Tea Set is highly valued for its beauty and craftsmanship. The tea set is considered to be a work of art and is often quite expensive. It is also popular among collectors of antique tea sets.
To care for a Gajar Tea Set, it’s important to handle the tea set carefully and avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures or sudden changes in temperature, which can cause the porcelain or ceramic to crack or shatter. The tea set should be cleaned gently with a soft cloth and mild soap and water, and the metal tray should be polished regularly to maintain its shine.
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