Turquoise inlaying is inlaying small parts of turquoise like mosaic on the dishes, jewels and decoration objects which is one of the most elegant persian artworks and handicrafts. In fact this art has decorative application. But you can also use them as dishes. This known as a combination of metal and stone.
Made in: North Khorasan, Isfahan
Raw materials: small pieces of turquoise, plates made of copper, brass, silver, nickel and bronze
Background: 60-70 years
Craft master: Yousef Hakimian, Haj Dadash Aghajani
_ manufacturing copper dishes
_ separating turquoise by size
_ inlaying turquoise
_ polishing the surface of dishes
_ fixing the color
Production period: 4 days
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