Pedestal Sugar Bowl Firoozehe Kobi Copper Handmade 22 cm Persian Crafts

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This Pedestal Sugar Bowl handmade the turquoise stone pieces used is Neyshabour’s fine turquoise. This Pedestal Sugar Bowl with lid truly is worthy to decorate your the home space and office. And it will be a great gift!

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Pedestal Sugar Bowl Firoozehe Kobi Copper Handmade 22 cm Persian Crafts

  • Art: Firoozehe Kobi
  • 100% Handmade
  • Materials: Copper, Turquoise stone
  • Original Modern Design
  • High quality and durability
  • Handmade in Iran Using Ancient Handicraft Traditions, turquoise Neyshabur’s semi-precious stone

The turquoise Pedestal Sugar Bowl with lid is one of the most exquisite handicrafts that you, as a matter of fact, will not see it anywhere.

Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green semi-precious stone. It is rare and valuable in finer grades. And has prized as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years owing to its unique hue.
Firoozeh-e Kobi Art is more recent and more specific than the other arts, while the art is authentic and exquisite. The turquoise Pedestal Sugar Bowl is essentially made of copper and is decorated with turquoise gemstones on its base parts. This Pedestal Sugar Bowl with lid truly is worthy to decorate your the home space and office.

Furthermore, it has a lot of strength due to the exact stages of its construction. Also, the shape of this Pedestal Sugar Bowl has a distinct beauty.

Turquoise Kubi or turquoise art is difficult and multi-step. The use of a very strong copper infrastructure and the placement of fine turquoise pieces have made this handmade art very beautiful and precious.

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Weight0.400 kg
Dimensions22 × 12 cm
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