Khatamkari the Persian Style Marquetry is the incrustation pattern, generally star-shaped, with thin sticks of beech or Ziziphus wood, brass for golden parts and camel bones for white parts.
The Sticks are assembled in triangular beams and glued to create a cylinder. The cross-section is now a six-branch star which is cut, compressed and dried between two wooden plates, before being sliced for the last time, in 1 mm wide sections.
These sections are then plated and glued on the surface to be decorated before the shiny finish is applied.
|Size||Available upon Request|
|Weight||Available upon Request|
|Material||Khatam on Wood on Outside, thin sticks of wood, copper (for golden parts), camel bones (white parts)|
|Feature (s)||Square or Hexagon Shape|
|Usage||Wood Jewelry Box, Decorative Dish, Persian Gift|
|Originate||Handmade in Isfahan / Persia (Iran)|
Approx Delivery Times for Economy Shipping:
United States & Canada: 35 to 45 Days
Europe: 20 to 30 Days
Asia & Australia: 35 to 45 Days
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- Model: PKH1049