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Introducing our Khatam Kari piece, a stunning example of the beauty and craftsmanship of Iranian handicrafts. Khatam Kari is a traditional art form that has been practiced in Iran for centuries, and this piece showcases the intricate patterns and designs that make it so special.

 

The process of creating a Khatam Kari piece involves painstakingly assembling small pieces of wood, ivory, bone, and metal into a stunning mosaic. The end result is a beautiful work of art that is both unique and timeless.

 

Each Khatam Kari piece is handmade by skilled Iranian artisans, who take great care and pride in their craft. The attention to detail is evident in the intricate patterns and designs, which are both traditional and contemporary at the same time.

 

In addition to being a beautiful decorative piece, Khatam Kari also has historical significance. It has been practiced in Iran for over 700 years, and was even popular among the royal families of the Safavid dynasty. Owning a Khatam Kari piece is not only a way to appreciate the beauty of Iranian handicrafts, but also to honor this important part of Iranian heritage.

 

Add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your home decor with our Khatam Kari piece. It's a perfect addition to any room in the house, and makes a thoughtful and meaningful gift for anyone who appreciates fine art and craftsmanship.

7 Piece Khatam Set Of Isfahan For A Management Desk

SKU: 901PAH596
447,00€ Regular Price
402,30€Sale Price
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  • UNIQUE MOSAIC DESIGN - Khatam Kari is a traditional art form that involves assembling small pieces of wood, ivory, bone, and metal into a stunning mosaic pattern. Each piece is unique, with its own intricate design and color scheme.

     

    HANDMADE BY SKILLED ARTISANS - Our Khatam Kari pieces are handmade by skilled Iranian artisans who take great care and pride in their craft. Each piece is crafted with precision and attention to detail, resulting in a high-quality work of art.

     

    HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE - Khatam Kari has a long history in Iran, dating back over 700 years. It was even popular among the royal families of the Safavid dynasty. Owning a Khatam Kari piece is a way to honor this important part of Iranian heritage.