Mother Of Pearl Filigree Box Super

2,482.00 TL
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    Mother-of-pearl or nacre is a hard, White, iridescent substance found on the shell of certain mollusks. In Turkish it called sedef and the craftsmen who use this material are called sedefkar. Known and used for centuries, the artistic use of mother-of-pearl has changed over time According to the techniques of different periods and the artistic understanding of different peoples. Mother-of-pearl work first entered the Turkish and Islamic arts under the Ottomans after the 15th century, and subsequently underwent a dazzling and arragements it was used to produce. It was used in curling patterns, wave patterns and patterns of Interlocking cubes and knots, as well as making use of the compositional possibilities afforded by rumi patterns and the beauty of stylized flower patterns inspired by nature.