In this bowl, which is called the Good-looking dance, the artist Arash Ismaili with the technique of under-glaze painting, which is considered one of the old techniques of Iranian painting, and the design style is related to the Seljuk era.
- Material: Ceramic
- Height: 12cm
- Diameter: 27cm
- Technique: Under glaze painting
- Pattern name: Good-looking dance
Persian Bowl Set
A Persian bowl set is a collection of bowls that are traditionally used in Iranian cuisine. These sets can include a variety of different types of bowls, such as rice bowls, soup bowls, and serving bowls. They are often made from pottery, ceramics, or metal, and can be decorated with intricate patterns and designs. The bowls in a Persian bowl set can be used to serve a variety of different dishes, such as rice, soups, stews, and fruits. They are also often used in traditional tea ceremonies. Some bowl sets are also used for Sofreh Aghd (A traditional persian wedding ceremony) and include several bowls that are filled with symbolic items such as rose petals, coins, and grains of rice. Some bowl sets are also used for religious occasions such as Nowruz (Persian new year) and include several bowls that are filled with symbolic items such as goldfish, apples and nuts.