SIA MASHGH BONBON DISH
Beautiful Bonbon dish decorated with art of calligraphy and a Golden bird.
- Inspired by Middle Eastern art.
- Decorative, Dinnerware
- Material: Ceramic
- Size: 18 x 18 x 10 cm
MASHGH BONBON DISH
Sia Mashgh is a traditional Persian art form that involves the creation of intricate geometric patterns using small colored glass tiles called “mashgh”. A Sia Mashgh bonbon dish is a decorative dish that is designed to hold small candies or bonbons, which is inspired by this traditional Persian art form.
It can be made of various materials such as ceramic, glass or metal and may feature designs or patterns inspired by Sia Mashgh art. The dish is often handcrafted, and the intricate geometric patterns are created by using small colored glass tiles, similar to the traditional Sia Mashgh art. The dish can also be used as a decorative piece in the living room or bedroom as a centerpiece. Sia Mashgh is a traditional art form that is still practiced in Iran and is known for its intricate and complex geometric designs. These bonbon dishes can be a beautiful way to add a touch of cultural and traditional significance to your home decor.