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The copper triangles on the entrance door are hand made by traditional craftsmen from the Mizgaran Muhallah (neighbourhood of metal workers) adjacent to the fabled Qissa Khwani Bazaar (bazaar of storytellers) in Peshawar, Pakistan. The distinctive texture was created by hammering fine sheets of copper by hand – a craft that requires great precision and skill.
Kashikari is a centuries-old craft of glazed ceramics encompassing painted and mosaic geometric patterns, arabesque and calligraphy on tiles, vessels and architectural pieces. It was first developed in Iran and Central Asia and later spread to other parts of the world.