The sales of items crafted by Iranian artisans in the 26th Iran Handicrafts Exhibition broke the record set last year.
“When the rich people in Baluchestan society wore these traditional shoes, they were called Jing jelang because of the noise they made while walking.”
The 26th National Exhibition and Fifth International Exhibition of Handicrafts took place from May 25-29 in Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Grand Prayer Complex (Mosalla). The...
Mohammad Babaei, a representative of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, said on Tuesday May 10 that UNIDO is ready to cooperate with Hamedan Province to help promote its leather industry.
The Head of the Handmade Carpet Office in the Fars Industry, Mine and Trade Organization said that $9.4m of handmade carpets have already been exported to US markets.
Isfahan has been chosen as the host city for the general assembly of the World Crafts Council (WCC), an Iranian official told reporters, speaking in Mashhad on Tuesday.
Payamema: London’s Christie’s auction house is set to auction three valuable carpets from Kerman. In the past few years, Sotheby’s has sold various Persian artefacts, the most famous of which was a carpet from Kerman for a price of $33.8m.
A senior Iranian official said that the holding of the 7th Asia-Pacific Forum in Iran could pave the way for boosting exports of Iranian handicrafts to foreign countries.
Weaving Jajim is one of the traditional and local industries found in Namhil village in Ardabil province. Jajim rugs are woven by the women...
Kalpouregan in Sistan and Baluchestan province is the only living pottery museum in the world. The female Baluchi artists have saved and kept the...