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handicrafts

Zilu of Yazd

Zilu is a very beautiful and yet simple and humble hand weave, and it can be said that it is this characteristic that has made it an original and traditional art of people who inhabit borders of the d...

Shiriki Pich Kilims of Sirjan

One of the oldest handicrafts of Iran are Kilims and historical documents prove that they go back to more than five thousand years ago. Kilims are originally flat weaves that are made without using kn...

Kalpurgan Pottery

According to the specialists, pottery of Sistan and Baluchestan traces back to many thousand years ago. Three villages of Kalpurgan, Kuhmitag and Hulanchgan are the most important centers of pottery i...

Embroidery of Sistan and Baluchestan

Baluchestan embroideries are the most exquisite samples of handicrafts in Iran. These needleworks are locally called “Suchan Duzi”. There are many documents that prove this embroidery existed from the...

Tow Bafi of Birjand

Tow Bafi is the dominant handicraft of Khorashad village, one of the counties of Birjand in the South Khorasan. It was the first village of Iran that was registered as the center of the celebrated han...

South Khorasan Carpets

South Khorasan has witnessed the production of many exquisite carpets in various historical eras and each has been produced according to the traditions of the region they originated from. South Khoras...

Sermeh Duzi of South Khorasan

Sermeh Duzi is one of the oldest embroideries of Iran. There is no available text regarding the history of this sewing handicraft, however, after examining the decorations of the collars, army and roy...

Mekhraj Kari of Mashhad

There are many gemstone mines in Mashhad, the center of Razavi Khorasan province and its surrounding cities. That is why one of the prospering handicrafts of this province is jewelry made of gemstones...

Jajim of Khalkhal

Khalkhal is considered one of the important handicraft centers of Ardebil province and also Iran. The most prominent handicraft product of this region is weaving Jajim. Jajim is a handwoven product us...

Charogh Duzi of Quchan

Amongst all the traditional shoes and foot wears of Iran, we encounter beautiful local names that are particular to each region. Charogh is one of the traditional handicrafts of Quchan city in Norther...