The Persian Kashan mug commemorates the Iran craftsmen of the nineteenth century who were famed for their beautiful textiles and rugs, incorporating motif from florals and arabesques. Kashan is used to spell it out a hand knotted rug that usually contains a diamond-shaped medallion on a Shah Abbas discipline. Shah Abbas areas take their name from a Mogul ruler who substantially contributed to the climb of Persian textile fine art in the 16th and 17th centuries.
|Material||Fine Bone China|
|Ref||Dishwasher Microwave Safe|