Mosque of nasir ul-mulk it is one of the unique and impressive buldings of Qajarids era. it was constructed by the order of Mirza Hassan Ali Khan Nasir ul-mulk , one of the aristocrats of Shiraz. its construction was finished in 1926 by Mohammad Hassan Memar.
give-and-take process occurred in glass production. Recognizing that the glass-makers of Syria and Egypt had no serious rivals in Europe, the Venetians began importing raw glass, as well as broken glass (cutlet) and plant soda ash from the Levant around the 13th century to copy Muslim designs at home. So successful was the transfer that certain enameled and gilt beakers, decorated with camels and desert plants and once believed to have originated in Syria, turned out to
beakers, decorated with camels and desert plants and once believed to have originated in Syria, turned out to be Venetian-made. By the middle of the 15th century, Venetian glass-makers had perfected a technique to produce cristallo glass, a clear, colorless creation, free of defects, that successfully imitated expensive rock crystal. Ottoman artisans soon adapted the technique in the manufacture of Iznik porcelain. Thus a process that had begun with Venetians borrowing styles and materials from Islamic craftsmen came full circle with Ottoman ceramists building on Venetian expertise.” From this shared history beautiful masterpieces came out by mastering colors on ceramics, tiles, glasses, and through these elements especially on and in mosques..