The technique of Simsa jewelry, in this product, is enameling. “Minakari” or Enameling is the art of coloring process and using fire with metal oxide colors. In medieval usages, mīnāʾ meant glaze or glass, and, after the 11th century, enamel. “Khanebandi” is a special method of enameling, in which some designs are made first with wires and then colored with enamel and baked finally in a kiln.
Moozhan Faravardeh has been an active member in this guild since 2014, when she started presenting her work by the name of Simsaa and has participated in the Contemporary Jewelry Exhibition of Tehran in 2017. She has academic knowledge of graphic design from Elm-va-farhang University and handicrafts (tendency of metals) from Payame-noor University.
She works in different fields such as interior designing and fabric printing. However, her interests in designing and making jewelries made her dedicate a great part of her time to practice in this field, leading her attending jewelry courses in Abdolnaser Give Ghassab’s (one of the most famous Iranian masters in this field) handicraft workshop, a participation which has lasted until today and will continue in the future.
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