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Iranian Kilim Carpet is a colorful nomadic carpet with typical regional pattern to which the manufacturing nomadic people are inspired by nature and their daily lives. The material of the Kilim consists largely of sheep wool and is dyed with vegetable colors. Kilim rugs have a very durable and robust nature. A Kilim rug is caused by everyday use and with the years even more interesting and more beautiful and therefore can be a companion for lifetime.

Ziloo is one of the oldest types of handmade floor coverings in Iran and has been woven in  Meybod World Craft City for Ziloo for many years. This carpet is one of the most enduring floor coverings, especially in desert areas. Unlike other Iranian handmade carpets, which are woven by wool, Ziloo is completely plant-based and it is made of pure cotton. Its yarns are made of herbs, cellulose materials so it is natural completely. In Iran carpet is a general term applied for any kind of floor covering so some believed that Ziloo could be considered as a carpet. However, Ziloo, like persian kilim and jajim, is a special kind of floor covering in Iran which is totally different from carpet.

Persian Ghalamkari one of the Iranian handicrafts, is a type of textile printing patterned fabric. The fabric is printed using patterned wooden stamps made of pear wood which has better flexibility and density for carving and long-standing utility. A tapestry may be stamped depending on its density and size, between hundreds and tens of thousands of times. For example 2 meters by 1.4 meters should be stamped about 580 times up to 4000 times in an elegant work. Its name is derived from the words pen and kari craftsmanship meaning drawing with a pen. Isfahan is considered the heart of Ghalamkari art in Iran.

Persian Minakarior Iranian meenakari is the art of painting, coloring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing over it brilliant colors that are decorated in an intricate design. Mina is defined as some sort of glass-like colored coat which can be stabilized by heat on different metals particularly copper. Mina is the feminine form of Minoo in Iranian, meaning heaven.

Painted Copper is created by merging two types of handicrafts, namely Copper craft and Enameling crafts. Enamel is one of the most popular types of handicrafts dating back several thousand years. Enamel can be made of gold, silver and copper, but nowadays most enamel work is done on copper. Enamel working and decorating metals with colorful and baked coats is one of the distinguished courses of art in Iran.

Art of ceramic and pottery, The great view from the hills of Hekmataneh and the palaces of Laodicea are the trademarks of Hamedan. Handmade Pottery & Ceramic of Lalejin is still popular in this province and has made it the most important source of income throughout the region. The most important pottery production center in Hamedan province is Lalejin. Lalejin pottery has a worldwide reputation, it is the capital of Iran’s pottery. Pottery in Lalejin has a very long history that dates back about 7,500 years ago. Most of the handmade pottery and ceramic in this area are without a sketch and with a single glaze. The products of this area are very diverse and are relatively good in terms of soil and glaze than in other parts of Iran. The colors of the glazes made in Hamadan are often Azure, Blue, Serum, Pharynx, Yellow, Green, Turquoise, and Brown. Hamadan pottery is sometimes painted in a colorful way and sometimes decorated with a concave painting on the pottery. When glazing, the points are smoother than glazes, and as a result, they appear as more colorful lines.