Wood carving and inlaying is the long-term handicrafts in Iran. According to some researches, this sort of art has been worked in India and Iran since four centuries ago, while Iranian artists evolved this art by their tact and taste. Using different kinds of wood, seashells, bones, ivory and metals and also changes in the designs have been the innovations of Iranians in this field. The history of Moarragh in wood through the new methods in Iran dates back to seventy years ago. Meanwhile, jigsaw has played an important role for this art and the art similar to in-wood-lattice. The tools used for latticework are: paper, glue, drill, jigsaw, vice, emery paper, hammer, plyer, aluminum, and leather. To do a latticework the process below should be followed: First, the design is glued on the board, metal sheet or the leather which is going to be the background, then, after making some points, the parts to be cut are specified and drilled, after this stage the additional designs are sawed by jigsaw. In this way, what is left is the plan in latticed form. After that, to polish the work a piece of emery paper is used. The time needed to complete a latticework depends on the complication and finesse of the work, therefore the more complicated, the more time is needed.