Takht e Marmar ( the marble throne) room was built on orders of Fath Ali Shah Qajar (1797-1834) Golestan palace.
It’s breath taking -adorned with painting, calligraphy, stucco, carving, enamel,mirror & tile work, glass windows
Actual Takht itself in the middle of the room comprises of 65 yellow Yazd marble pieces with sculpture and carving and was designed by Mirza Baba Nagash Bashi ( head painter of Qajar Art).
Mohammed Ebrahim the head stone Mason along with several experts supervised it’s construction.
Coronation of Qajar kings were held here on this terrace.
The last coronation held here was of the self proclaimed king Reza Khan Pehalvi in 1925.
The front is covered by a cloth but originally it opened on to the garden and streams.
And the throne looks unusually large.