Iran has held a special exhibition of Persian handicrafts in Kazan, the capital and largest city of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan.
An official says Iran ranks first in the world when it comes to the number of registered cities known for their handicrafts.
The lives of people in Iran’s southeastern Sistan and Baluchestan province have long been influenced by Lake Hamun and the reeds growing in this drought-hit lake.
Carpets are among the things that could be seen at every household in Iran. Also known as Persian rugs, they are made for a wide variety of purposes including home use, local sale, and export.
A seminar to study Iranian handicrafts was held in the Italian city of Milan with the aim of introducing Iran’s ancient heritage to the world.
The residents of the city of Jiroft in the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman weave the leaves of palm tree and create very beautiful handicrafts.
A rug woven by an Iranian artist, which is dedicated to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, has been unveiled in Iran.
A high-ranking Iranian handicrafts official says initiated by the Islamic Republic of Iran, the World Craft Council (WCC) in Asia Pacific Region has decided to designate each year to a handicraft product.
Women in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province in the southwestern part of Iran, dexterous at weaving carpets, earn a living by using their art.
The historical city of Isfahan in central Iran is the country’s first city to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) by virtue of its crafts and arts.