Terme, which means "prestigious costume". The curved Paizli totem on it originated from the Sassanid dynasty (224-651) and flourished in the Safavid dynasty (1501-1736). Design scholars define the totem as a combination of two intentions of flower and cypress. It was used to decorate royal clothes, crowns, and palaces. In design, designers often arrange Paizli simply to construct a mysterious whole.
|Dimensions||135 x 95 cm|