About Tehran Sightseeing
Museum of Glassware
History of Iran Glassware and Ceramics Museum:
Qawam al-Saltanah, late in the Qajar era, and when was Prime Minister of Ahmad Shah ordered to build a house in one of Tehran's best places. Ahmad Ghavam, known as Qawam al-Saltanah, was one of the most influential Iranian politicians during the Qajar and Pahlavi reign, three times During the Qajar period and twice during the Pahlavi era, he was elected Prime Minister, 14 times as Interior Minister, he was assigned four times to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and, in addition, four times the Minister of Finance, two times the Minister of War and one time was the Minister of Justice.
The oldest glass of this museum is the glass tubes, called glass cylinders, discovered from the temple of Chogha Zanbil, dating back to the second millennium BC. Glasses and first-class pottery are related to prehistoric periods, has been obtained the oldest hand-made pottery from the Parthian period. The oyster moon is named for its similarity to the semi-open oyster, which includes the third and fourth century pottery of the city of Neyshabur.
The fourth hall is called Zarrin, which has been named after Zarrinfam because of dishes from the Seljuk era, and includes a bowl decorated with the line of Naskh and Nastaliq all around them. Also, Mongolian figures portray these dishes, which vary according to the city of origin. The fifth floor, called Azure, is named for the name of a ghost of a turquoise color, and it has remained since the seventh and eighth centuries.
As the Safavid era approaches, objects become more consumable. The decorations of this section include rose water and spray. Also, the remains desk of the Qajar era with a seven-tone glaze are decorated with the characters of Shahnameh, the name of every person above the face.
Address: : Tehran Province, Tehran, District 12, 30th Tir St ,, Phone: +98 21 6670 8153
Entrance fee: IR150,000
Visiting Hours: 9 to 18
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