An Iranian woman from the city of Yazd has made a football on which the flags of 32 countries participating in FIFA World Cup 2018 can be seen.
Lalejin, a city in the northwest of Iran’s Hamadan province, is known as the world’s capital of pottery, one of the first human artefacts and the objective representation of handicrafts in the minds of all people.
A doll exhibition is being held in the iconic Azadi Tower, showcasing a large collection of traditional and old dolls gathered from across Iran for the first time.
Iranian women involved in the handicrafts industry preserve traditional arts while making a living from the traditional activity.
One of the attractions of the religious city of Qom in central Iran is the handicrafts. As the city is a pilgrimage destination, it can accommodate many Iranian and foreign travellers, and the handicrafts market in the heart of the city could be very thriving.
An international exhibition of Zilu, an ancient type of rug and floor covering, was opened on Wednesday at the China National Silk Museum in the city of Hangzhou.
Golestan Palace in the Iranian capital is hosting three exhibitions in which monuments and works belonging to the Qajar dynasty are being shown to the public.
A man from the city of Sabzevar in Iran’s Khorasan Razavi Province creates stunning handmade objects using stone.
A female Iranian artist designs and makes special dolls with medicinal herbs for visually challenged children.
Seven exquisite hand-knotted Persian carpets commemorating the 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in Russia have been put on display during a ceremony in the northwestern Iranian city of Tabriz.