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By: Hafizullah Khan
Assistant Manager
SMEDA- Peshawar
The information contained in this document are gathered from various
sources including both of the primary and secondary d...
Being a business graduate started working on the marble sector of Gadani, Lasbela, Balochistan since 2007.
Initially it wa...
 Procedure Manual for SMMTCW-PIDSA
 Mosaic Training Manual for SMMTCW-PIDSA
 Mosaic Training Manual for SMMTCW-ILO
 Mo...
 Identified a competent trainer able of delivering as per
the expectations. The trainer’s skills were utilized during
one...
 Training should conclude into at least 90% of the
products to be marketable
 The waste should not go above 10% and grad...
Small pieces of Onyx or Marble
joined together in shape of an
attractive design
 Crazy Mosaics
Field Tiles and Allied
 Artistic Designs Technique
 Mosaic Furniture
 Mosaic Handicraft
Products of SMMTCW-PIDSA
Source : http://www.amazon.com/
Source: 1. http://www.syriangate.com/
2. &3. http://www.stonecenteronline.com/
Animals 1 2. Borders2 3. Borders2
Calligraphy
Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/
Local Processors
Carpets/Rugs
1. Flowers 2. Mirror Frames
Source : 1. http://http://venicemosaicart.com/
2. AHAN Training Peshawar
Kitchen Backsplash
Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/
Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/
Medallions/Motifs
Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/
Landscapes
Furniture Handicrafts
Source: alibaba.com
Tesserae Fiber Mesh Glue
Source for Fiber Mesh and Glue; http://alibaba.com but
not limited or restricted to the use of pi...
1. Tile Nippers Tweezers Brush
Source : 2. https://lahgitana.wordpress.com
3. http://1054746.en.makepolo.com/
2. Hammer an...
Fiber Mesh, Tesserae, Glue, and Liquor
Pour Acid (Low Quality) Wash with Water
Remember wearing safety gloves
Source: Local Processors
Training at DCS-PCISR by SMEDA
Training at DCS-PCISR by SMEDA
Marble Mosaic-As I perceive
Marble Mosaic-As I perceive
Marble Mosaic-As I perceive
Marble Mosaic-As I perceive
Marble Mosaic-As I perceive
Marble Mosaic-As I perceive
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Marble Mosaic-As I perceive

  1. 1. By: Hafizullah Khan Assistant Manager SMEDA- Peshawar
  2. 2. The information contained in this document are gathered from various sources including both of the primary and secondary data. The need was realized after continuous inquiries from clients. Therefore it aims to facilitate the reader for basic idea. This document does not intend to pretend or claim ownership of the ideas and pictures gathered. The responsibility of using the documents totally remains at the users own good decision. The use of pictures from suppliers’ products also is not meant to recommend any specific supplier. The author does not assume any responsibility for any loss resulting from the use of this document.
  3. 3. Being a business graduate started working on the marble sector of Gadani, Lasbela, Balochistan since 2007. Initially it was a part of duty but later became a part of life and source of pleasure. Friends from Sohb and AHAN joined and started working on marble mosaic. Today the subject is very open but those days we had many difficulties of where to get the raw material, what type of raw material, ratio and costs, and how to start processing?. The earlier trainings by few other departments on the subject were used as guidelines and lessons learned. Mr. Mirza Furqan Baig was the first person to help us adopt the right course of action with mesh mounted mosaic techniques. The three months training was a success in terms of mesh mounting but lot more needed for marketable finished products. Facilitated the SEWS, Hub for proposal design and approval meetings with the donor “PIIDSA”. The Rs. 52 million project was full of challenges. The learning was that the proposal design should be designed to have handsome remuneration for the key posts like Finance and Admin. Once entered practically in the market, we learned the complete process and more options in terms of investment in Machinery. Finally, for such trainings to be successful the trainings to proceed into sustainability, the trained women should be facilitated with raw material for working and sufficient supply of quality products to cater to market demands. The process had not ended…….. We are searching and filtering
  4. 4.  Procedure Manual for SMMTCW-PIDSA  Mosaic Training Manual for SMMTCW-PIDSA  Mosaic Training Manual for SMMTCW-ILO  Mosaic Training Manual for Dimensional Stone Centre- PCSIR, Peshawar
  5. 5.  Identified a competent trainer able of delivering as per the expectations. The trainer’s skills were utilized during one day sessions by SMEDA in collaboration with DCS- PCSIR  The same trainer was suggested to AHAN and is performing good
  6. 6.  Training should conclude into at least 90% of the products to be marketable  The waste should not go above 10% and gradually reduced to 5%
  7. 7. Small pieces of Onyx or Marble joined together in shape of an attractive design
  8. 8.  Crazy Mosaics Field Tiles and Allied  Artistic Designs Technique  Mosaic Furniture  Mosaic Handicraft
  9. 9. Products of SMMTCW-PIDSA
  10. 10. Source : http://www.amazon.com/
  11. 11. Source: 1. http://www.syriangate.com/ 2. &3. http://www.stonecenteronline.com/ Animals 1 2. Borders2 3. Borders2
  12. 12. Calligraphy
  13. 13. Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/ Local Processors Carpets/Rugs
  14. 14. 1. Flowers 2. Mirror Frames Source : 1. http://http://venicemosaicart.com/ 2. AHAN Training Peshawar
  15. 15. Kitchen Backsplash Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/
  16. 16. Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/ Medallions/Motifs
  17. 17. Source : http://http://venicemosaicart.com/ Landscapes
  18. 18. Furniture Handicrafts
  19. 19. Source: alibaba.com
  20. 20. Tesserae Fiber Mesh Glue Source for Fiber Mesh and Glue; http://alibaba.com but not limited or restricted to the use of pictured products only
  21. 21. 1. Tile Nippers Tweezers Brush Source : 2. https://lahgitana.wordpress.com 3. http://1054746.en.makepolo.com/ 2. Hammer and Hardie 3. Manual Stone Split Machine
  22. 22. Fiber Mesh, Tesserae, Glue, and Liquor
  23. 23. Pour Acid (Low Quality) Wash with Water Remember wearing safety gloves
  24. 24. Source: Local Processors
  25. 25. Training at DCS-PCISR by SMEDA
  26. 26. Training at DCS-PCISR by SMEDA

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