PERSIAN WOVEN MAT SERVING BOWL
Mat weaving is a general term in Iran used for a number of handicrafts which are made of weaving the strands of straws; but it is worth mentioning that in a scientific categorization, each of those arts like Bamboo Baafi, Tarkeh Baafi (basket weaving), Cheegh Baafi (curtain weaving) and Kapu Baafi has a separate position in the field of handicrafts.
- Size: 30 x 30 x 10 cm
These products handmade and sizes and colour may vary slightly due to the manufacturing techniques used, we think this makes them even more special.
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WOVEN MAT SERVING BOWL
A Persian woven mat serving bowl with handle is a type of decorative bowl that is made from woven mats or rugs using traditional Persian weaving techniques. These serving bowls are often made by skilled artisans in Iran, who have been practicing the art of weaving for generations.
The mats or rugs that are used to create the bowl are made from a variety of materials, including wool, cotton, and silk. They are typically woven by hand using a loom, and may feature intricate patterns and designs that are characteristic of Persian weaving.
To create the serving bowl, the woven mat or rug is carefully trimmed and shaped into a bowl form, with a handle added for carrying and serving. The edges of the mat or rug are then sewn or bound to create a finished, polished look.
Persian woven mat serving bowls with handles are often used as decorative pieces in the home, and can also be used for serving food or holding other small items. They are often prized for their intricate designs and high level of craftsmanship, and can make excellent gifts or collector’s items.
When caring for a Persian woven mat serving bowl with handle, it’s important to handle it with care to avoid damage. They should be wiped clean with a damp cloth and dried carefully, and should not be exposed to harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that could damage the woven material. They should also be stored in a dry place to avoid any potential damage from moisture.