ALANGOO-Persian handmade Gol o Morgh Motif - Persian for “flower and bird” motif, the Gol o morgh, is inspired by attractive Persian ethnic patterns typically seen for this style of art. This piece is entirely hand-carved; silver plated in 18-karat gold. Turquoise is one of the most popular stones among Iranians. Because the color is a associated with God and infinity. This is why the domes of mosques are in turqiose blue.
Mehter are thought to be the oldest variety of military marching band in the world, they are often known by the Persian-derived word mahtar (مهتر; mehter in Ottoman Turkish), the band was generally known as mehterân (مهتران, from the Persian plural mahtarān), the bands used in the retinue of a vizier or prince were generally known as mehterhane (مهترخانه, meaning roughly, "a gathering of mehters", from Persian "house of the mahtar"). In the West this music is often called Janissary music.
ALANGOO presents our cufflinks are made out of Hashemi Termeh added on a nice vintage looking cufflink frames. Most of our fabrics are Hashemi Termehs, each containing 7 colors ( some with golden threads) and all of them are among the most popular and expensive designs of Persian Termeh. This product will be also available with different fabrics as listed in the photographs.