Hand-Printed Tablecloth - Cotton

Hand-Printed Tablecloth - Cotton
Iran - 21th century

Here you see a hand-printed traditional tablecloth from Isfahan-Iran.
This kind of art is called Ghalamkar means the art of pen and ink. Hand-printed Persian Textile (Ghalamkar) is a unique type of patterned Iranian Fabric. The fabric is printed using patterned wooden stamps. The stamps are mostly made of pear wood which has better flexibility and density for carving and long-standing utility.
Isfahan is the most famous city in the world for its ghalamkar textiles.
The last image shows a sample of hand printing.

Size: 150cm Diameter
Wash with hand and cold water.

Lot details
Hand-Printed Tablecloth
Estimated Period
21th century
Country of Origin
As new - unused
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