Ethnic Clay Necklace


Clay necklace with Slip and clay beads. A bowl shape handmade designed with ethnic calligraphy of Mandaic rituals.

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These symbolic necklaces are inspired by the calligraphy used in Mandaic bowls. Mandaic bowls have strange handwritings, painted in beautiful compositions. They belong to the Mandaeans living in the city Ahvaz, near the river Karoon. Blue and Green color of the beads suggests the significance of water and the circular shapes indicate a battle of good and evil. Mandaic bowls were originally a part of Mendaians’ praying ritual, dug in front of their properties to protect them from evil spirits.


Razieh Soltani

Razieh Soltani finished her study of handicrafts (the tendency of clay and ceramics) in the University of Kashan in 2008. She also furthered her education in the same field in the Alzahra University of Tehran in 2014. However, she had started designing and making clay jewelries and other ceramic pieces three years earlier in 2011. She has attended courses in sculpturing and since 2016 has been practicing teaching in Azad University of Tiran and a member of Mythology circle in Tehran. Since 2011, she has presented her work in different cities of Iran and in different venues from Abgine museum in Tehran to a group exhibition in Canada, in 2017.

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Clay, Clay Beads, Slip


Brown, Green





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