making Miniature and a Inlay work , first the special
design should be stuck on 4mm- thick wood-board; then the
design should be cut on wood-board by saw, so that every
flower, branch and all other parts of the design could be
separated from the background. Then background on the
board should be installed in a frame, prepared in advance.
Now the cut and separated pieces are used as a pattern .
It means that the pattern should be fixed on the wood by
nail or glue and then the wood is cut exactly as the
pattern. Then the pattern, should be separated from the
wood and the wood piece, which was cut exactly like the
pattern, should be placed on its own place on the frame.
pasting all parts of the design on the frame, background
wood around the work should be removed and the design,
which is embossed could be seen on the frame. So the
design is about 3-4 mm above the background of the frame
and the space around it is deep and empty.
the empty parts should be filled with black or any desired
polyester paste. When the polyester paste is dried,
work‘s surface should be polished and become ready for
miniature painting. The miniature painting is used for
drawing faces, shading the objects and creating relations
among various parts. In particular, art of miniature is
the spirit of inlay.
the end of the work , the external surface of works should
be covered with colorless and transparent polyester. The
back of the works should also be covered with black
polyester in order to make it resistant and strong against
humidity and insects.
kind of works are washable. Just the heat of more than 40
degrees centigrade and heavy strokes can cause damages to
these works .
Industrial woods including
tree wood of different kinds of nuts, jujube, the kind of
fruit which resembles the mountain-ash, sour orange,
orange, cherry, pear, locust, tree, mulberry, rush,
spruce-fir, maple, box-wood the root of namdar-tree and
forest wood, meddler, sour cherry, persimmon, ash-tree,
betel-nut, olive, barberry, jasmine, ebony, cocoa,
fig-trumpet chili, etc.
Sea shells, camel bone, inlay, resin, gal alit C.R
Metals including copper, brass, aluminum, silver and gold