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The Story of Persian carpet

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According to Shahnameh, written by Ferdowsi, the beginning of Persian carpet dates back to Tahmuras, one of the king of Pishdadian Dynasty.

Complete 2018 Application Kit for the WCC Award

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About the Award Of Excellence for Handicrafts

Rosy Greenlees, President of World Crafts Council

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Rosey Gereenlees has been the president of World Crafts Council since 2016. She is also the Executive Director of British Crafts Council.

World Handicrafts Day in Isfahan, Iran

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Every year, an event is held in different countries all over the world for World Handicrafts Day on June 10th, where handicrafts artists were honored.

Have you ever heard of Wood-joint Arrangement?

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Wood-joint arrangement is a wooden combination based on authentic designs of geometrical motif which is made from joining the same size cut pieces of woods together.

Kids Art Workshops: Traditional Art and Creativity

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kids art workshops are a great way to help children maintain a connection to their culture.

Isfahan’s Handicrafts and "Half of the World" Story

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Isfahan's handicrafts are generally classified in 196 different branches, that makes it the Capital of Iranian Handicrafts.

Iran’s Handicrafts: the Glory of Art

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Iran's handicrafts rank first in the world in terms of variety but unfortunately not in terms of market share.

World Craft Council: The Need for New Directions

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World Craft Council (WCC) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, founded in 1964 by Aileen Osborn Webb in New York.

When Art and Tourism Converge!‎

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This is what comes to mind after looking at a pattern calligraphy masterpiece.

Have you ever heard of turquoise Fixing?‎

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Turquoise fixing is an art which creates a layer of turquoise little-cut stones on the body of metal objects, making and preparing valuable decorative products.

Have you ever heard of Minakari?

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Minakari (enameling) is an art based on painting and decoration of the surface of metal bodies and rarely ceramic objects covered by a coat called enamel.

Designs of Khatam the glory of colour

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Designs of Khatam (Inlaid) is the result of putting Geometric shapes together and creating new patterns.

Inlaid working art of wood and metal

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Inlaid working is one of the top arts in Isfahan and there is no evidence who has first created this artifact but its principles are based on mosaic work which has a long history not only in Iran but also all over the world.

Isfahan handicrafts and buying experience

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Isfahan handicrafts are considered as the most authentic handicrafts of Iran.

Camel bone application in Miniature

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Camel bone is used in Persian miniature.

Backgammon the game of kings

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Backgammon, the oldest game of the world

Have you ever heard of Felt making?‎

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Felt making is defined as a kind of rug which is made of wool or coat.

Have you ever heard of Batik Printing?‎

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Batik is a technique of wax-resistdyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique.

Natural Dyeing Workshop, the 18th General Assembly of the World Crafts Council

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The goals of this workshop were to promote the knowledge of participants and transfer the knowledge of natural dyeing methods from experts and artists to the participants.

Cultural tourism and development: Second General Meeting of Economic ‎Teachers of Isfahan

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Persis Tour Group held second general meeting with the title of Tourism Industry and Economic Development

Art Marketing and the First General Meeting of Economic Teachers of Isfahan ‎

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Economists often think of culture and economy as separate domains, each not to be polluted by the other.

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