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    Khatam #1

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    Persian marquetry on skate decks by Leila Nazarian. Each piece is one of a kind from a limited edition series. hātam (Persian: خاتم‎) is an ancient Persian technique of inlaying. It is a version of marquetry where art forms are made by decorating the surface of wooden articles with delicate pieces of wood, bone and metal precisely-cut intricate geometric patterns. Khatam-kari (خاتم‌کاری) or khatam-bandi (خاتم‌بندی) refers to the art of crafting a khatam. Common materials used in the construction of inlaid articles are gold, silver, brass, aluminum and twisted wire.
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    Souf #5

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    Khatam #2

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    Persian marquetry on skate decks by Leila Nazarian. Each piece is one of a kind from a limited edition series. hātam (Persian: خاتم‎) is an ancient Persian technique of inlaying. It is a version of marquetry where art forms are made by decorating the surface of wooden articles with delicate pieces of wood, bone and metal precisely-cut intricate geometric patterns. Khatam-kari (خاتم‌کاری) or khatam-bandi (خاتم‌بندی) refers to the art of crafting a khatam. Common materials used in the construction of inlaid articles are gold, silver, brass, aluminum and twisted wire.
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    Nomad – Small

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    This Miahatami jewelry series is inspired by the necklaces and costume jewelries worn by nomadic women of central Iran. Each chain is composed of small elements handcrafted by Italian experts who have reproduced each element in the same manner of the original piece. the material used is nickel free, which with the use of special treatments has taken on the color of old brass.
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    The Twins Illustration

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    The Twins Illustration from A little Cloud series, Limited edition illustration printed on 250 gr matte paper. Size: A4
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    Kaleidoscopic Earrings VII | Large

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    The kaleidoscopic geometries present in this small collection of earrings, in collaboration with House of Tehran, refer to the superb stained glass window, dating back to the late 60s of the last century, of the private ballroom of the Saadabad palace. The wonderful and irresistible iridescent colors of this window are re-proposed in a more playful key in the transparent plexiglass earrings as if to imitate the play of lights of that window.
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    Kaleidoscopic Earrings V | Medium

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    The kaleidoscopic geometries present in this small collection of earrings, in collaboration with House of Tehran, refer to the superb stained glass window, dating back to the late 60s of the last century, of the private ballroom of the Saadabad palace. The wonderful and irresistible iridescent colors of this window are re-proposed in a more playful key in the transparent plexiglass earrings as if to imitate the play of lights of that window.
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    Kaleidoscopic Earrings II | Small

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    The kaleidoscopic geometries present in this small collection of earrings, in collaboration with House of Tehran, refer to the superb stained glass window, dating back to the late 60s of the last century, of the private ballroom of the Saadabad palace. The wonderful and irresistible iridescent colors of this window are re-proposed in a more playful key in the transparent plexiglass earrings as if to imitate the play of lights of that window.
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    Kaleidoscopic Earrings I | Small

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    The kaleidoscopic geometries present in this small collection of earrings, in collaboration with House of Tehran, refer to the superb stained glass window, dating back to the late 60s of the last century, of the private ballroom of the Saadabad palace. The wonderful and irresistible iridescent colors of this window are re-proposed in a more playful key in the transparent plexiglass earrings as if to imitate the play of lights of that window.
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    Kaleidoscopic Earrings VI | Large

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    The kaleidoscopic geometries present in this small collection of earrings, in collaboration with House of Tehran, refer to the superb stained glass window, dating back to the late 60s of the last century, of the private ballroom of the Saadabad palace. The wonderful and irresistible iridescent colors of this window are re-proposed in a more playful key in the transparent plexiglass earrings as if to imitate the play of lights of that window.
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    The Woman with Mirror Illustration

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    The Woman with Mirror from ¨The lonely Garden¨ series, Limited edition illustration printed on 250 gr matte paper. Size: A4
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    Kaleidoscopic Earrings IV | Medium

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    The kaleidoscopic geometries present in this small collection of earrings, in collaboration with House of Tehran, refer to the superb stained glass window, dating back to the late 60s of the last century, of the private ballroom of the Saadabad palace. The wonderful and irresistible iridescent colors of this window are re-proposed in a more playful key in the transparent plexiglass earrings as if to imitate the play of lights of that window.
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    Crown Illustration

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    Crown Illustration from A little Cloud series, Limited edition illustration printed on 250 gr matte paper. Size: A4
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    Woman Bird Illustration

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    Woman Bird from ¨The lonely Garden¨ series, Limited edition illustration printed on 250 gr matte paper. Size: A4
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    Bahar Shoulder Necklace

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    Bahar Shoulder Necklace, inspired by Aqa Bozorg Mosque in Kashan tile patterns, is a piece of art designed by Mehrnoush Shah Hosseini. After Kermanshah's recent earth quick in 2017, Mehrnoush decided to commission the local women artisans in the aim of hope and support. After months of sketching and researching, she came up with the idea of these shoulder necklaces, which initially its history goes back to the ancient Egyptians, followed by a wave of trend in 1920s. Bead weaving is one of the arts of decorating the clothes of the people of Kermanshah. They use this art to make belts, vests, shoes and scarves. Each piece is one of a kind.
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    Souf #1

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    Souf #2

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    Souf #3

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    Souf #4

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    Souf #6

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    Souf #7

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    Mir Mola was born in 1978 in Ramsar, Iran. He received his BA in “hand-woven carpets design” in 2000 in Isfahan and his master’s degree in “handicraft” in 2006 in Tehran. Presently, with the aim of supplying high quality hand-woven materials, he runs Soraya Gallery in Tehran where many hand-made artworks are on display. Along with pursuing his academic degrees, Mir Mola studied traditional Iranian arts under several prominent teachers in Isfahan and Tehran. He knew all along that in order to accomplish his objectives and create what serves to manifest the uniqueness of his art in connection with its historical roots, he had to focus on literature, the outstanding Iranian art. As a result of his dedication to what he had learned and his observational understanding of art he stepped onto a totally abstractive and different setting in the process of design and weaving carpets. the way these hand-made artworks are developed is like traversing an untrodden path, entering uncharted territory and strikingly different from the usual urban Persian carpets.
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    The Blue Dream

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    Zilu (زیلو): Zilu is one of the oldest handicrafts that has been used as a mat in houses, schools and shrines. One of a kind handwoven carpet with natural dying. this is a kind of kilim woven with cotton threads and simple designs quite in harmony with rural life. It has a cotton warp and weft.
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    The Purple Dream

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    Zilu (زیلو): Zilu is one of the oldest handicrafts that has been used as a mat in houses, schools and shrines. One of a kind handwoven carpet with natural dying. this is a kind of kilim woven with cotton threads and simple designs quite in harmony with rural life. It has a cotton warp and weft.
    450,00
    450,00
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    The Seated Woman Illustration

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    The Seated Woman Illustration from ¨The lonely Garden¨ series, Limited edition illustration printed on 250 gr matte paper. Size: A4
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