At least three handicrafts from southern Iranian province of Khuzestan have been nominated for the UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts.
Bahram Ashofteh, a highly talented Iranian craftsperson, has managed to turn scrap metal leftovers into very beautiful statues.
A French start-up has started introducing Giveh, one of the oldest and simplest kind of shoes Iranian know, to the world.
A group of Iranian artisans are showcasing their handicrafts at the 82nd edition of the International Handicrafts Trade Fair, which is underway at the Fortezza da Basso, Florence.
A group of Iranian girls from a faraway village in Iran’s most underdeveloped province have come up with a new initiative to sell their handmade crafts and spend the money they earn in the education and health sectors of their village.
Iran has unveiled three rugs woven by highly-skilled Iranian artists to be gifted to Team Melli’s Group Stage rivals at the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Qalamkari or Kalamkari is a beautiful type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, mostly produced in Iran and India.
A popular bazaar of handicrafts is held every Monday in the port city of Bandar Torkaman, north-eastern Iran.
The art of making beautiful crafts using nickel silver is among the oldest traditions in Lorestan province in western Iran.
Taj-Mir is a village in the Central District of Sarbisheh County of Iran’s South Khorasan Province near the Afghan border. In this village, locals make such beautiful dolls that the place is now considered as the country’s hub of dolls.