Tile Mosque Pattern Necklace
Painted by hand, the plaque design was taken from the tiles of the Pink Mosque (Nasir Al-Molk Mosque) in Shiraz. The designs on the license plate are in the style of old Shiraz paintings on the tiles. Painting design: The role of vases in the seven-color tile decorations of Nasir Al-Molk Mosque.
A Persian necklace refers to a piece of jewelry that originates from Iran, which has a rich history of jewelry-making. Persian necklaces often showcase intricate designs, exquisite craftsmanship, and the use of precious metals and gemstones.
Traditional Persian necklaces often incorporate elements inspired by Persian art and culture. They may feature motifs such as floral patterns, calligraphy, geometric designs, or representations of mythical creatures like birds or lions. Common materials used in Persian necklaces include gold, silver, enamelwork, pearls, turquoise, and various gemstones like rubies, emeralds, or sapphires.
Tile Mosque Pattern Necklace Details:
- Decorated with Neishabour Turquoise Stone
- Height: 45cm
- Weight: 26gr
- Plate material: Brass
- Chains and fittings: Steel
- Resin on work: Epoxy resin
- Stone: Neishabour Turquoise Stone
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