Handmade Engraved Copper Kettle Boiler 01


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A samovar is a commodity that has found its place in homes since it arrived in Iran. This product was initially used for brewing coffee but during the Qajar period the first Iranian Samovar were produced and due to the fact that most people drank tea, it was used to brew tea.

Engraving is the practice of incising a design onto a hard, usually flat surface by cutting grooves into it with a burin.

Iran engraving is done on different metals such as copper, brass, silver, gold and also some alloys. To engrave, first the back side of the work is covered by tar so that during engraving it prevents the work from getting wavy as a result of hammering and the pressure of the chisel and from causing a lot of noise.

Dimensions33x17 cm
Approximate weight1900 Gram
Place of productionIsfahan
WashabilityBy hand
Handling time10 Days
Glazed veneerYes by Tin
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