Ceramic Tile Shah Abbasi Flower
Shah Abbasi flowers are of great importance among Khataei motifs. The Shah Abbasi motif is named after the great ruler of the Safavid dynasty in 16th and 17th century Persia, Shah Abbas I.
The tile is made and carved by an Iranian artist from clay and passed through controlled heat processes in the kiln at temperatures of 850 degrees, glazed in turquoise and yellow color and fired at temperatures of 950 degrees.
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