A Persian Silver Tea Pot made in Shiraz, IranSOLD

This beautiful little Shiraz silver tea pot is probably for Saffron Tea. It is highly decorated with scenes of the ancient Persian religion, Zoroastriansim. This is known as Shiraz work, as there is a large community of craftsmen belonging to the old Persian religion living there, and this is where this style of silver work originates.

This little Iranian silver tea pot measures just 4 inches from spout to handle. The Shiraz silver work is finely executed, and the silver tea pot is well made.

A fine and collectable piece of Persian silver in the Shiraz style of Iran.

Type: Teapot
Function: Teaware
Country: Iranian


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