Turquoise is made of handicrafts and is made by putting small pieces of turquoise stone into a mosaic on the surface of the dishes, jewelery and decorative objects (from bases to copper, brass, [silver], plush or bronze). Between pieces of turquoise is a kind of turquoise lacquer. The more turquoise the turquoise dishes are, the more streamlined and the more spacious the turquoise pieces are, the greater its artistic value. Today the center of this art is Isfahan.
This art was made by Joseph Hakimyan (known as Mohammad Reza) about 60 or 70 years ago in Mashhad (North Khorasan)  or brought to Russia from Russia and 20 years later by Haj Dadash was taken to Isfahan