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Persian Filigree Silver Nut Bowl Dish
Malilehkari or Filigree of Isfahan is one of the most beautiful handicrafts of Iran which is fabulous. It is generally made of copper and a coating of silver covers it.
Filigree is a form of intricate metalwork. It may span from delicate jewelry to cast iron railings and balustrades. The main raw material of filigree is silver. Persian Filigree is one of the main handicrafts of Isfahan, Ardabil, Zanjan and Boroujerd. The oldest Filigree objects in Iran, according to most scholars, belong to the years 550 to 330 BC. Interior design not only beautifies the interior of your building but also makes sure that it adds functionality to your home. Iranian Malilehkari or Filigree is one of the decorative items that is produced except Iranian handicrafts and has a dazzling beauty.
|Approximate weight||200 Gram|
|Place of production||Isfahan|
|Application||Decorative & Consumables|
|Handling time||10 Days|
|Glazed veneer||Yes by Silver|