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Filigree (formerly written filigrann or filigrane) (Also known as “Telkari” (the name given in Anatolia it means, “Wire work”) or “Cift-isi” (Meaning Tweezers work - Pronunciation: Chift-ishi) ) is a jewel work of a delicate kind made with twisted threads usually of gold and silver. It is nowadays exceedingly common for ajoure work to be mislabelled as filigree. While both have many open areas, filigree involves threads being soldered together to form an object and ajoure involves holes being punched, drilled, or cut through an existing piece of metal.
The word, which is usually derived from the Latin filum, thread, and granum, grain, is not found in Ducange, and is indeed of modern origin. According to Prof. Skeat it is derived from the Spanish filigrana, from "filar", to spin, and grano, the grain or principal fibre of the material.

Item name : Eiffel Tower

weight : 600gms
height : 30cms
width : 13cms
length : 13cms


Item name : Peacock model

weight : 400gms
height : 20cms
width : 12cms
length : 12cms