Khatam or Khatamkari (Persian inlaying) is the art of decorating the level of objects with small triangle like mosaics. Various designs are to put together all kinds of wood, metal and bone. This art has flourished in Iran, specially in Shiraz and Esfahan about 400 years old.
This square-shaped from brings with two specialties and special monasticism. The clock is covered with enamel (Mina). The frame used in the round plate is "green ". The margin is the "chain ". After that a crochet hook is made, and in the rectangle of the frame is a lagoon and bergamote, which is already networked and attached to the frame simultaneously. The next is half-bone chain. You can use this product as a wall clock or ornamental gift.