Rouyin is an Iranian village which hosts a complete traditional textile industry, employing more than 300 weaving machines. The village has recently been registered...
An analysis of structural techniques and designs shows that Zilu, although looking like a simple hand-woven thread rug, has a profound cultural richness and depth of thought.
Head of Iran National Carpet Center Hamid Karegar says the Islamic Republic will resume export of its hand-woven carpets to US in near future.
Doidukh village of North Khorasan Province has a long history in producing different handicrafts including double-sided silk rug.
The rug has been put on display in some Asian and European countries.
The designation comes after Isfahan was named a World Crafts City in September by the World Crafts Council.
The workshop provides all the tiles used in mosques and holy places in the northeastern province.
Craftsmen in the western town of Lalejin create amazing earthenware graced with delicate and colorful images.
An exhibition of rugs woven by tribal people has opened in Arak, the capital of Markazi Province. More than 150 items aged between 30 and...
An Iranian artist has put on show a dining table at Tehran’s Milad Tower which is priced at $700,000. The table has paintings which feature different periods of Iran’s history.