The first turquoise stone is mined in Persia and it is the Persians who can truly evaluate this stone. The deep blue color of the stone without any lighter spots and the raised contour of the stone give it an added value the turquoise for a Persian has another value; it protects the weaver from the evil eye
Turquoise inlaying is a kind of handicraft made by implanting small pieces of turquoise stone in mosaic fashion on the surface of the dishes, ornaments and decorative objects with copper, brass, silver or bronze bases.
Turquoise inlaid pedestal candy dish with dome lid. Turquoises inlaid on brass and combination of blue turquoise and beige brass creates this stunning candy dish for serving chocolate and candy.