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Monabat-Wooden engrave-Wood carving-Wood Marquetry

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Monabat-Wooden engrave-Wood carving-Wood Marquetry

Postby Parvaneh » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:11 am

Name of Persian Handicraft :Monabat-Wooden engrave-Wood carving-Wood Marquetry (Persian: منبت کاری )

Description: In Persian wood marquetry is known as "Monabat Kari" rooted from Nabat which means plant. Wood marquetry is called to an embossed design and carving on wood. Designs used in this art are often included Arabesque, Cathay and human & animal figures. Wood marquetry is used to create doors' decoration, Quran rack, desk and also wooden sculptured.

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Wood inlay

Postby Parvaneh » Mon Jan 05, 2015 8:31 am

Abundance and diversity of trees and natural riches that the planet is a living and breathing human being on it was impossible to doubt their existence.
Wood for critical and sharp hammer blows again forced to buy John Cavern is a woodcarver.
Production of wood products, wood inlay manner in which the traditional roles of design and use of special tools such as the cavern in the wood of various sizes, shapes and designs such as volume or as part of the animals and birds are .
In most of the wood inlay, which requires specific plan as to become symmetrical and parallel to each other. To end up with a balanced and impressive scenery and wonderful universe is the Word of balance, we are facing.
And finally flowers, shrubs, leaves, and finally located in Nightingale Meadows, dream of exotic hardwood piece that gives life and passion for life will live again in her heart. Although miles away from their real estate
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