عنوان مقاله [English]
The Egyptian Metalwork School, and specifically Cairo, is one of the centers for producing metal work in the
Muslim world, especially during the Mamluk era. This school was able to produce and present significant qualitative
and important qualitative and aesthetic work in the calm atmosphere of the society of those days. The similarities
of Egyptian metal works with works produced at the Mosul Metalwork school, show the close relationship
between the two schools, and in particular the impact and modelling of Egyptian artists in the construction process,
the shaping, decoration and decoration themes are of great significance. Egyptian metal works, while preserving
their own identity, are influenced by the Mosul metalwork school in the ways they are constructed and decorated.
In this article, eight studies of the Egyptian metalwork school are studied, analyzed, and introduced from a cognitive
and aesthetic point of view. These works are kept at the Victoria and Albert Museums, the Naha al-Saeed
collection and the Cairo Islamic art museum.