An antique Islamic Qajar Katamkari chair,
richly inlaid with micro-mosaic bone, brass, wood and lacquer forming geometric patterns, the back of the seat with four cartouches, the back of the seat with a crown, The seat is upholstered in 19th-century woven silk fabric
They are similar to mosaic work, but the elements that make up the pattern are so small that it is difficult to imagine how the craftsmen manage it,
to carry out these works. this craft has been passed on from father to son for 700 years.
Material preparation The elements of the pattern are composed of small triangles of different colors.
Since this antique chair is handmade, you are purchasing a unique collector's item.
Height about 110 cm
Width 57 cm
Depth 62 cm
Seat height approx. 58 cm
Seat width approx. 46 and seat depth approx. 40 cm
Weight approx. 12 kg
**Due to photography and handwork, color variations may occur.
*Real, oriental handicrafts are fundamentally different from mass-produced goods from the Far East. Each piece is a hand-made one-of-a-kind! Irregularities in shape, color or material are no reason for complaint. These properties make each individual item a collector's item and underline the authenticity of the goods.
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