Pomegranate Flower Bracelet
Handmade and Hand-engraved Pomegranate flower bracelet using Persian metal engraving art (Ghalamzani). The pomegranate symbolized the soul’s immortality and the perfection of nature for Zoroastrians. Then it became a port of Iranian mythology which tells that Esfandiyar became an invincible hero after he ate the pomegranate.
Engraving (Ghalamzani) is the art of carving superb designs on various metals such as copper, brass, silver, and gold. Isfahan is the main center for this handicraft. The artistic work of this course is made by artists who are the glorious and undeniable indication of the Previous metal work of Iranian handicraft and Isfahan, in particular.
A Persian bracelet refers to a type of jewelry that originates from Persia (modern-day Iran) or draws inspiration from Persian design elements. Persian bracelets are known for their intricate craftsmanship, unique designs, and rich cultural heritage.
Persian bracelets often incorporate traditional Persian motifs and symbols, such as floral patterns, arabesques, calligraphy, or geometric shapes. These designs are meticulously created using techniques like filigree work, engraving, or stone setting.
The materials used in Persian bracelets can vary. Historically, Persian jewelry often featured gold and silver as the primary metals. These metals were intricately worked into elaborate designs and sometimes adorned with gemstones or enamel.
Gemstones are also significant in Persian jewelry. Turquoise, carnelian, onyx, and pearls are among the gemstones commonly used in Persian bracelets. These gemstones are chosen for their beauty and cultural significance.
Pomegranate Flower Bracelet Details:
- Material: Brass, Red Agate
- Inspired by Persian art
- Artist: Zainab Ali Mohamadi
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