This Copper Sugar bowl has a height of 20 centimeters and weighs less than 200 grams, which has been enameled by master Shahin Shirazi in Isfahan. This product consists of two parts: the body and its door. Due to the application of sugar-bowl and the damage that may affect in its contents, having the door is one of the requirements of this product. The process of making this product is such that coppery sugar-bowl is featured by the master Ghalamzan and then designed by master Minakar and placed in the furnace. you can put it as a decoration, and can also place something inside it and used for daily use. This product is durable and can be washed due to its copper-based nature, as well as the use of enamel paints that are cooked in the oven. enamel or miniature are decorated with metal especially with precious and semi-precious metals such as copper. In general, enamel is the art of soil and fire, which works with metal sparkling colors. The history of this art back to1,500 years ago and Isfahan is the center of this art. The art of pug worldwide has been manifested more than elsewhere, and the oldest examples of pug art in the world's museums have been made by Persian speaking people. The enamel paints are made up of metal oxides that are mixed with glass and are then cooked in the oven after being placed on a metal. Gold and silver objects can also be pinned, but basically, pennies are made on copper. This art involves complex chemical interactions and is considered to be a laboratory art. In order to make pots, the enamel artist has a great deal of interest in controlling fire and heat at all stages of production.