Engraving with a history of three thousand years is a lofty and valuable art rooted in the traditional and artistic culture of Iranians. Influenced by Iranian customs, culture and religion and with the help of the taste and thought of the Iranian artists, it has beautifully engraved Iranian beliefs on metal and its durability has been passed throughout history from one generation to another one.

Engraving means carving patterns on metal objects with the use of hammers and special tools called pen.

The metals used in engraving include gold, silver, copper, brass, and nickel silver, however the most widely used metal in this magnificent art is copper. Copper is the best choice for engraving because of its softness and ductility and can be coated by tin to double its charm.

Uses of Dishes

Our dishes can be used as decorative or every-day-life.

Decorative dishes:

Decorative trays

Mirrors and candlesticks


Engraved lights and lanterns

Please note that all dishes whether decorative or every-day-life ones be used for decoration due to their beauty and elegance in production.

Every-day-life dishes:

Candy pots

Small plates

Small Bowls

Caviar dishes

Flagon sets and candy pots


Charcoal samovars


Sugar pots