Persian Teapot And Warmer
Enamel Gold painting Ceramic Persian Teapot & Warmer, Hand decorated inspired by Persian art.
- Shah Abbas pattern.
- Size: 750 ml
- Choose from Blue, Turquoise, Red, or White Teapot and warmer.
- Fully usable
- Teapot and warmer material: Chinese
- Teapot size: 4 to 6 people
Shāh Abbās the Great or Shāh Abbās I of Persia was the 5th Safavid Shah of Iran and is generally considered the strongest ruler of the Safavid dynasty.
He was the third son of Shah Mohammad Khodabanda
A Persian teapot is a traditional container used for brewing and serving tea in Persian culture. The teapot is often made of metal, such as brass or copper, and decorated with intricate designs. The designs can be geometric patterns, floral patterns, calligraphy, or a combination of all these elements.
The traditional Persian teapot is typically small, with a long spout and a small handle. This design allows for precise pouring and control of the flow of tea. The teapot is often used in conjunction with a tray, small glasses or cups, and a sugar bowl for serving tea.
In Persian culture, tea is an important part of daily life and is often consumed in the afternoon and evening as a way to relax and socialize. Serving tea is also a sign of hospitality, and it is typically offered to guests as a sign of respect and welcome.
Some teapots also could be made by Ghalamzani craftsmanship which is a traditional craft originating from the Gilan province of Iran. Ghalamzani is a type of inlaid metalwork that involves decorating metal objects, such as trays, plates, and boxes, with intricate geometric patterns using a technique known as “khatam kari.”
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