Antique Middle Eastern Moorish Brass Decorative Vase Silver and Copper Inlaid
This is a stunning and unique decorative brass vase from the Middle East that dates back to the 19th century.
It features intricate engravings and inlays of silver and copper compounds, with beautiful Arabic script and organic floral designs.
The Mamluke Persian Revival style inspires the vase and is a rare collector's item.
This type of metal artwork is known as Ghalam-Zani, which is an original Persian handicraft that involves engraving and embossing intricate designs onto metals like copper, silver, gold, and brass.
The vase is decorated with medallions filled with inscriptions, surrounded by vegetal interlace and a band of foliate patterns, making it an exquisite piece of art.
It measures about 28cm long.
Total Weight: 368 grams
Very Good Condition with just a few tiny dents, but all because of its age and usage.
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