Hand-Painted Minakari Candle Holder Bird-AC-880
Height: 8 cm
Weight: 450-500 grams
Product: Iranian handicrafts
Handmade, high-temperature Minakari candle holder bird Ac-880, 100% washable, painted using 14 different colors with high glaze quality, the combination of earthenware and minakari has resulted in a very distinctive piece of art. This candle holder is nothing like a candle holder you have seen before.
The ancient art of minakari consists of fusing individual pieces of colored glass powder together using a special technique. In order to achieve distinct colors, craftsmen use a variety of mineral oxides. As well as glass powder, the powder of various semiprecious and precious stones is also used in the process of coloring.
The Bird Role "Hand-Painted Minakari Candle Holder Bird-AC-880"
Persian literature, mythology, and art place birds at the center of their subject matter. Persia was also among the first peoples to cultivate gardens, which provided perfect settings for picnics, poetry-writing, and birdwatching. Birds have become much more than just artistic ornamentation. Persians incorporate bird figures into nearly everything they do.
In Iranian art, birds play a prominent role. Throughout history, birds have been regarded as animals, and different cultures hold different beliefs about each species. These are the reason why this Minakari candle holder is so very unique and suitable for changing the atmosphere into something extraordinary...
What Makes Persian Minakari so Special?
This form of art is made with fire, earth, and paint, and is used to decorate candles and other utensils. It is very critical to take good care of a piece decorated with minakari art. In order to give your loved ones the most beautiful gift you can possibly give, you can buy this product. Therefore it will add a new color to the life of you and your loved ones. Minakari or Enamelling is not only an art, it is also a cultural heritage.
Iran is known for its Minakari art, one of the oldest fields of handicraft. The Iranian plateau is home to this ancient art dating back 2,000 years. Minakari/Enamelling items are typically drawn on metals, such as gold, silver, and copper, but they are also often applied to clay. There are special subtleties and complexities in the quality, classification, and production of Minakari utensils.
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