|Dimensions||9 × 14 × 27.5 cm|
Enamelled Ewer or Cloisonne Enamel
Mīnākārī (Persian: میناکاری), is the process of painting, coloring and even curving the surfaces of metals (usually copper) and ceramic tiles through enameling. It is practiced as an art form and commercially produced mainly in Iran, Pakistan, and India. This art usually involves intricate designs (mainly using geometric shapes and designs) and is applied as a decorative feature to serving dishes, containers, vases, frames, display ornaments and jewelry.
These dishes have hard surfaces that cannot be damaged easily. The metal (usually copper) is shaped, painted with a base color (usually white) and placed in a kiln. After the first step, the dishes are painted with the primary color and places in the kiln again. In the final step, the artist paints patterns and motives on the dish and places is in the kiln again to complete the process.
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Products on Caravanserai are designer made, hand crafted, and handpicked. Due to the intricate nature of the products available on our website, there may be slight variations in the colors of fabrics, dyes, prints or embroideries of the image you see on your monitor and the actual product. This is due to the nature of dyes, weather at the time of dying and differences in display outputs due to lighting, digital photography, color settings and capabilities of computer monitors.