Qajar Woman Portrait | Hand Painted Ghalamkar Fabric | Persiada HGH5108
The Qajar Woman Portrait to paint a Brush Hand Painting to depict a Traditional Persian Woman Look. This Ghalamkari takes at least 7 days of detailed artwork with brush & Special Ghalamkar Colour to paint the traditional. Could this be a great idea to give your living room a unique ancient Persian Look? You get the most artesian feeling from the Oldest Isfahan Crafts the Hand Painting on Ghalamkar Fabric.
➡️ What is Ghalamkari the Unique Persian Style Hand Painting on Cotton Fabric?
Ghalamkar fabric is a type of Textile printing, patterned Iranian Fabric. The fabric is printed using patterned wooden stamps. The stamps are mostly made of pear wood which has better flexibility and density for carving and long-standing utility.
Ghalamkar designs are mostly arabesque, flora and fauna, geometric, pre-Islamic, hunting scenes, polo games, Persian poems, Armenian and Hebrew inscriptions.
A tapestry may be stamped depending on its density and size, between hundreds and tens of thousands of times. For instance, a six-person table-cloth (2 meters by 1.4 meters) should be stamped about 580 times in normal work, while with the same size up to 4000 times in an elegant work.
In the final stage, Ghalamkar is steamed for at least an hour to stabilise their designs. Then, taken to the riverbed and kept to be soaked well along the running water. Afterwards, the pieces are boiled in large copper vessels containing stabilisers. At the same time, they are turned upside-down by some wooden sticks and washed again in the Zayandeh Rood, then spread on the banks to dry out.
Esfahan is one of the most important producing cities throughout the world. It also called; Qalamkar which means rendered with pen and ink that initially produced in the same method.
|Size||Can be Made to Your Desired Size|
|Weight||Depends on the Final Finished Size|
|Material||Hand Painting with Brush on Cotten|
|Usage||Tablecloth, Wall Decoration, Furniture Cloth, Persian Gift|
|Originate||Handmade in Isfahan / Persia (Iran)|