QAJAR HAFT SEEN SET WITH GOLD PLATING
The haft sin set is handmade and made of ceramic and is inspired by Qajar paintings.
- Set of 6 small plates & a tray with a Mirror.
- Plated with 11 carat gold
- Behind the work of engraving technique
- All glaze is baked at a temperature of 1100 degrees
- Washable Cloud Scotch
- Tray size: 30 cm
- Small plates size: 8 cm
- Mirror size: 20 cm
- Material: Ceramic
- Design: Qajar paintings
- Artist: Mrs Farzaneh Safyari
QAJAR HAFT SEEN SET
The Qajar dynasty was a royal dynasty that ruled over Iran from 1785 to 1925. During this time, the Haft Seen tradition of setting a table with seven items that symbolize different aspects of life was an important part of Nowruz, the Persian New Year celebration. It is possible that some Haft Seen sets created during the Qajar dynasty may have been adorned with gold plating, as the Qajar rulers were known for their lavish and opulent lifestyle. Gold plating is a process in which a thin layer of gold is applied to the surface of another metal object, giving it a golden appearance. It is typically used to add a decorative or luxurious touch to an object. If you have a Qajar Haft Seen set with gold plating, it may be considered a valuable and unique collectible.
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