Turquoise Inlaying or Firoozeh Koobi is a combination of copper and turquoise stone. It is an Persian handicrafts that is used to decorate jewelry, vases, candlesticks, plates and various utensils, which in addition to artistic and aesthetic value, also has a significant material value.
Persian Firoozeh Koobi or (Turquoise Inlaying) on Copper
Persian Turquoise is rare and valuable in finer grades and has been prized as a gemstone and ornamental stone for thousands of years owing to its unique hue. In recent times, turquoise has been devalued, like most other opaque gems, by the introduction onto the market of treatments, imitations and synthetics. Firoozeh Koobi is one of the newest Iranian Arts that the use of turquoise and the art of picking these precious stones and polishing them is called turquoise.
Turquoise Inlaying or Firoozeh Koobi is one of the most beautiful Persian handicrafts with a history of at least half a century. Iranian artists use turquoise in various forms of art including calligraphy and handicrafts. In Europe it is called turquoise. And it means Turkish stone, because the Iranian turquoise through Turkey was arrived to Europe. This ornamental stone is used in Italy as one of the most precious stones in jewelry.