Hand stamp for printing traditional "paisley" designs, Isfahan, Iran. The paisley pattern is a droplet-shaped vegetable motif which had its origins from Persia .It resembles a large comma or a twisted eardrop. Some scholars call the shape "boteh" and it was believed that it was the fusion of a stylized floral spray and a cypress tree.
Persian Isfahan Tray & Salver
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Embroidered Bag. Schwedler. C.1609 Silk velvet embroidered with silver, freshwater pearls and embroidery
Similar setting of Naji's house in the novel, "Naji and the mystery of the dig"