Cyrus Cylinder Hand Carved Wooden Handbag AC-1035
Dimensions: 20x11 cm
Weight: 300 Grams
Materials: Mulberry Wood
As a lasting work from ancient Iran, the design of Cyrus Cylinder Hand Carved Wooden Handbag AC-1035 has been realized.
Our appreciation for this work goes beyond looking at it as a consumer good, but as a timeless work of art that cries out to humanity. Ultimately, we are the heirs of those who have come before us. This unique accessory has so much to offer.
About Cyrus the Great Cylinder Handbag AC-1035
Known as the Cylinder of Cyrus the Great or the Charter of Human Rights, this cylinder was written at the time of Cyrus, king of the Achaemenid Empire, 538 BC.
For the second half of the tablet, Cyrus' (New Babylonian) language and calligraphy are used, and for the last half, it is written in the Babylonian chronicler's language and calligraphy. Located in London's British Museum, the cylinder was discovered at the temple of Marduk in Babylon in 1258 AD/1879 AD.
Cyrus Cylinder Handbag AC-1035 Wood Carving & Maintenance
The art of handmade wood carving entails any form of sculpture in wood, from decorative bas-reliefs on small objects to life-size figures in the round, furniture, and architectural ornamentation. Depending on its hardness and grain, wood varies greatly.
Dust can be removed primarily by brushing the wood with a feather duster or a soft cloth. The feather duster should be used several times in the carved areas. A soft cloth can be pushed into crevices to remove residual dust if necessary.
- Coat the wood with lacquer, if desired.
- Maintain a moist environment for the wood carving.
- Avoid excessive sunlight on the carving.
- Whenever possible, do not handle or touch the carving.
- If the carving appears dry, oil it occasionally.
- Maintain your carving by dusting it regularly.
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