Seyed Morteza Saadatmand Continued His Family Business

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دسامبر 16, 2016
Saadatmand Kharmohre
Kharmohre,The Blue Pearl of Ancient Iran
ژانویه 19, 2017

Seyed Morteza Saadatmand Continued His Family Business

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In 1915, Seyed Morteza Saadatmand started his own ceramic workshop in the city of Tehran, following his decision to continue his ancestor’s business. For years he crafted home decoration ceramic products and sold his artworks at Tehran Bazar. At the age of 40, Seyed Morteza moved to the city of Qom with his family to establish his new ceramic workshop near Fatima Masumeh Shrine. By doing this, he could showcase his artwork to many pilgrims and tourists (going to Isfahan) in a short amount of time. His success in Qom made him confident to open his first ceramic store right beside the Fatima Masumeh Shrine at the age of 62. In 1981, Seyed Morteza passed away at the age of 95 and his oldest son, Seyed Mohammad, was his only child who continued his path.

A Dream Came True

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