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Moaraghkari or Wood Inlaying (Moaragh) is the art of substitution of the different parts of a design by coloured pieces of wood and integrating them with each other in order to decorate the surface of a tableau or wooden surfaces. Lexically Inlaid (Moaragh) means a set comprised of tiny pieces joined together to form a mechanism.
For Moarahkari many different wood types are used such as Sour Orange’s Wood, Jujube Wood, Berberis Wood, Poplar Wood and Walnut Wood.
When the cuts are ready, they are stuck together with wood glue on the main sheet and smooth them gently by smooth sandpapers. The outcome will be much prettier if the drawing is more elaborate and saw’s line is recognisable. which makes the main drawing highly important.
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