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    Iranian handicrafts are handicraft works originating from Iran.

    Contents
    • 1 Weaving
    • 2 Metal works
    • 3 Wood works
    • 4 Stone and Mosaic
    • 5 See also
    • 6 References

    Weaving
    • Carpet and Rug weaving
    • Ghalamkar
    • Iranian Termeh (weaving special table cloths)
    • Kilims
    • Persian embroidery (broderi dzi)
    • Zaridozi (decorating fabrics by sewing with golden stitches)
    Metal works
    • Khatamkari
    • Minakari
    • Toreutics (Qalam-zani)
    Wood works Stone and Mosaic
    • Ceramic and mosaic works
    • Sculpturing
    • Iranian Folkloric dress of Abyaneh

    • A sample of Iranian Khatamkari

    • A sample of Iranian Termeh

    • Persian metal Engraving (golden plate),depicting King Anushirvan

    • Persian Textile (The Golden Yarns of Zari - Brocade). Silk Brocade with Silver Thread (Golabetoon)

    • Persian Textile (The Golden Yarns of Zari - Brocade). Silk Brocade.

    • Persian Textile (The Golden Yarns of Zari - Brocade). Silk Brocade with Golden and Silver Thread (Golabetoon).

    Tags:Abyaneh, Calligraphy, Cinema, Ghalamkar, Iran, Iranian, Miniature, Persian, Rug, Termeh, Wikipedia, Wood carving


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