KHATAM ON COPPER CANDY DISH
Pieces of Metal and Wood beautifully laid on a hand-engraved and sawed Copper candy dish.
This candy dish has been hand-made by the artesian based in Esfahan using different techniques such as Ghalamzani, Khatam Kari and hand sawing.
- Height: 17cm
- Diameter: 15cm
- Material: Copper, Brass and Wood
Khātam is an ancient Persian technique of inlaying. It is a version of marquetry where art forms are made by decorating the surface of wooden articles. with delicate pieces of wood, bone and metal precisely-cut intricate geometric patterns.
Designing of inlaid articles is a highly elaborate process. Inlaid articles in the Safavid era took on a special significance as artists created their precious artworks. Woods used include betel, walnut, cypress and pine. These works include doors and windows, mirror frames, Quran boxes, inlaid boxes, pen and penholders, lanterns and shrines.
Khatam is a traditional art form from Iran that involves the decoration of wooden or metal objects using small pieces of wood, bone, and metal inlaid into a surface to form intricate geometric designs. The process involves creating a pattern on a surface and then carefully cutting and shaping small pieces of material to fit into that pattern. The inlaid pieces are then glued or otherwise fixed into the surface to create a decorative design.
A Copper candy 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 Khatam technique, which will give the dish a unique and traditional look. Khatam is an ancient technique, it’s used in Iran to decorate different objects, and it’s considered a valuable craftsmanship.
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