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Traditional Design Brass Oil lamp

Original price was: €200.0.Current price is: €139.0.

Traditional Design Copper Oil lamp

Original price was: €200.0.Current price is: €139.0.

What is Persian Oil Lamp

A Persian oil lamp is a traditional lighting device that has been used in Iran for centuries. Made from various materials, including brass, bronze, and pottery, Persian oil lamps were typically used for lighting homes, mosques, and other public places. These lamps are also known as “shamadans” or “chandeliers”, and were often decorated with intricate engravings, carvings, and paintings.

Persian Oil Lamp is a traditional lighting fixture that has been used in Iran for centuries. It is a type of Persian handicraft that is crafted by skilled artisans using a combination of brass, copper, and sometimes silver or gold plating. The oil lamp consists of a container for oil, a wick, and a spout for the flame. The design of the lamp is often intricately crafted with beautiful patterns and engravings, making it not only a functional item but also a piece of art.

In the past, these lamps were fueled by olive oil or other vegetable oils, but today they are mostly used for decoration or special events. Persian oil lamps come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small handheld lamps to large chandeliers that hang from the ceiling. Some of the most common styles include the teapot-shaped “Kerosh” lamp, the “Aladdin” lamp with its curved spout, and the “Ghaznavid” lamp with its distinctive triangular shape.

Persian Oil Lamp

Where to buy Persian Oil Lamp

If you’re looking for a piece of authentic Persian candle holder, a Persian oil lamp is an excellent choice. These lamps have been used in Persian households for centuries to provide light and ambiance. At Ersaly, we offer a wide range of Persian oil lamps to choose from, each crafted by skilled artisans with great attention to detail. Our collection includes unique and rare pieces that are sure to add charm to your home or office.

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