Made in the Kerman’s Coppersmith Bazaar. The sound of the hammering can be heard from across the big courtyard of the bazaar.The copper plate’s pattern is hammered by hand.
The copper-making section is one of the parts of the bazaar of kerman. Kerman copper was once an industry and an art, made manifest in the beautiful, intricate engravings on dishes from centuries past. The very fact that there are still a few copper shops left is something to be grateful for.
At the Bazaar of Kerman you can study old Middle Eastern architecture, and buy typical handicrafts of Kerman such as copper goods as they are made.