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A very Stunning pottery plate which can be used for serving fruit and pastry as well as a wall decorative object. Horse-riding woman plate, Inspired by Seljuk period (One of Iranian Islamic dynasties in the fifth to sixth centuries AH ) includes all that one wishes at once. This unique plate is designed by an Iranian lady artist(Leila Taghipour); One of the most famous Iranian artists in the field of pottery.

 

 

 

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A very Stunning pottery plate which can be used for serving fruit and pastry as well as a wall decorative object. Horse-riding woman plate, Inspired by Seljuk period (One of Iranian Islamic dynasties in the fifth to sixth centuries AH ) includes all that one wishes at once. This unique plate is designed by an Iranian lady artist(Leila Taghipour);one of the most famous Iranian artists in the field of pottery.

 

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Four birds … The design of this bowl and plate is inspired by the tile works of SOLTAN ABAD (now called ZANJAN) around 8th century AH. A very Stunning  plate and bowl sets which can be used for serving fruit, pastry or as decorative object.This unique plate was designed by an Iranian lady artist (Leila Taghipour). She is one of the most famous Iranian artists in the field of pottery.

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Kalpouregan village Located in Iran ,what made this village special and distinct is its exceptional and famous pottery. These pottery are known for its unique qualities among other kind of potteries. The patterns and designs of Potteries are completely geometrical and reminding us of ancient earthenware designs. The decorations on the potteries are abstract symbols, handed down from one generation to other

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A very Stunning pottery set that includes 6 plates, 1 tray and 1 lovely large size bowl which can be used either for serving fruit, pastry, food or as decorative object. This set is inspired by the pattern of the Kabud Mosque, located in Tabriz, in the time of Ilkhani (One of the Iranian Islamic dynasties). This work was designed to cherish the choice of Tabriz as the capital of tourism in 2018 by an Iranian lady artist (Leila Taghipour). She is one of the most famous Iranian artists in the field of pottery.