Handmade Wood Inlay Backgammon & Chessboard HC-977
Materials: Beech Wood with Polyester Coating
Size: 16x15 inch (40x38 cm)
Weight: 3000-5000 grams
Note: This pack includes a special carrying case and chess pieces
Handmade Wood Inlay Backgammon & Chessboard HC-977 is a beautiful and attractive work that will delight even those who are not interested in board games. With their exquisite inlay work and wood colors, this fascinating intellectual game creates a stunning effect.
Using backgammon and chessboard with a traditional Iranian design will make sense for you if you enjoy intellectual games.
About Backgammon Board HC-977
Backgammon has its roots in the Middle East and very ancient civilizations such as Iran, Rome, Egypt, and Sumer. This amusing game has been combined with focused Iranian art and created a product that represents the hands of Iranian art. The whole making process has been carried out by Iranian artists.
The product has also been covered with a polyester coating for added protection. You may be interested in our Handmade Wood Inlay Backgammon & Chessboard HC-977, as backgammon is one of the oldest games in the world, which has gained a lot of popularity among Canadians, Americans, and Eastern Europeans recently.
Backgammon & Chessboard HC-977 Wood Inlay Technique
A wood inlay, otherwise known as Khatam'kari, is one of the most beautiful and original branches of Iranian handicrafts. The process of creating it, in addition to taste and artistic sense, requires time, precision, patience, and endurance. As a result of the Safavids' interest in inlay and their promotion of that industry, Isfahan became the center for production and promotion of this art, and Shiraz became regarded as the birthplace of the art industry.
Things that Should be Considered When Buying Inlaid Wood
Since the basis of wood inlay designs is geometric shapes, of course, the final beauty depends on the order in them. The finer role, more rhythmic and symmetrical lines in the construction of the wood inlay.
- The manufacturer's accuracy in attaching the inlay parts to the work surface and delicacy in doing so.
- The surface under the lacquer and inlay should be completely smooth and free of rough spots.
- Metal wires should be used sparingly and at a low level.
- Utilization of valuable and rare woods like ebony and betel wood in inlaid triangles.
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