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About Stone Setting

Inlaid work is one of the branches of stone handicrafts, which means what is decorated with jewelry. This art is to place jewelry (precious and semi-precious stones) on dishes, ornaments and other decorative objects. It is also called stone setting.

It has been common in Iran for thousands of years to make ornaments or decorative utensils and put jewels on them. Works such as cups, bowls and jewelry ornaments that belong to the Achaemenid, Parthian, Sassanid periods are evidence that artists have been skilled in placing precious and semi-precious stones on these objects for thousands of years. ; Of course, like other arts and traditions of that time, these techniques have been passed down from father to son and rarely from master to reliable student.


  • Technique: Stone Setting (مرصع کاری)
  • Material: Steel
  • Diameter: 7cm
  • Height: 3.5
  • Pincers length: 5.5cm
  • Diameter Tray: 8.5 cm
  • Weight: 250