Iran Handicraft & Souvenirs

Miniature Handicrafts

A Persian Miniature is a small handmade oil painting on paper, whether a book illustration or more importantly on piece of camel bone. The techniques are broadly comparable to the Western and Byzantine traditions of miniatures in illuminated manuscripts. The bright and pure coloring of the Persian miniature is one of its most striking features.
The workshop tradition and division of labor within both an individual miniature and a book, as described above, complicates the attribution of paintings. Some are inscribed with the name of the artist, sometimes as part of the picture itself, for example as if painted on tiles in a building, but more often as a note added on the page or elsewhere; where and when being often uncertain. Because of the nature of the works, literary and historical references to artists, even if they are relied upon, usually do not enable specific paintings to be identified, though there are exceptions.

Enamel Handicrafts


Meenakari (Minakari) is the art of coloring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing over it brilliant colours that are decorated in an intricate design. Mina is the feminine form of Minoo in Persian, meaning heaven. Mina refers to the Azure color of heaven.
Enamel working and decorating metals with colorful and baked coats is one of the distinguished courses of art in Isfahan . Mina, is defined as some sort of glass like colored coat which can be stabilized by heat on different metals particularly copper. Although this course is of abundant use industrially for producing metal and hygienic dishes, it has been paid high attention by painters, goldsmiths and metal engravers since long times ago. In the world, it is categorized into three kinds being: Painting enamel, Charkhaneh or chess like enamel, Cavity enamel.

Tapestry Handicrafts


Ghalamkar fabric is a type of Textile printing, patterned Iranian Fabric. The fabric is printed using patterned wooden stamps. The stamps are mostly made of pear wood which has better flexibility and density for carving and long-standing utility. In this workshop, there are hundreds of different patterns consisting of: arabesque designs, flora and fauna designs, geometric designs, pre-Islamic designs, hunting scenes, polo games, Persian poems, Armenian and Hebrew inscriptions. Ghalamkar is also known as Kalamkari in India which basically is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile. Esfahan is one of the most important producing cities throughout the world. It also called; Qalamkar which means rendered with pen and ink that initially produced in the same method.
A tapestry may be stamped depending on its density and size, between hundreds and tens of thousands of times. For instance, a six-person table-cloth (2 meters by 1.4 meters) should be stamped about 580 times in a normal work, while whit the same size up to 4000 times in an elegant work.
After finishing printing, they are, in the first stage, steamed for at least an hour to stabilize their designs. Then, taken to the riverbed and kept in some basins to be soaked well, in a great amount of running water. Afterwards, the pieces are piled in some large copper vessels containing stabilizers (liquid) and are boiled.At the same time, they are turned upside-down by some wooden sticks and washed again in the Zayandeh Rood, then spread on the banks to dry in the final stage.

Turquoise Inlying Handicrafts


Turquoise Inlaying both on jewelry and containers includes a copper, brass, silver, nickel or bronze object on parts of the surface of which small pieces of turquoise are set in mosaic fashion thus giving the object a special glamor. The production of Turquoise Inlaying includes two general stages:

Goldsmith

Goldsmith includes the making and preparation of the object intended for Turquoise Inlaying using one of the metals indicated above. This is done by a goldsmith or forger using hands, press machine or both. After the object is formed generally, be it a piece of jewelry or a container, the part to be turquoise inlaid is demarked and a thin metal strand (of the same material as the metal used in the fabrication of the object) called “kandan” is placed around and soldered onto it. This part around the intended form is a so called wall standing two or three millimeters above the surface of the container. This is usually done by or sometimes the turquoise inlayer himself. If the part prepared for Turquoise Inlaying takes up too much of the surface with an empty looking background, strands of the same metal are used to place smaller patterns of decorative nature (such as flowers, bushes, etc.) inside it and soldered again. This both makes the work more beautiful and makes the turquoise inlaid surface stronger.

Engraving Handicrafts


Engraving (Ghalam Zani) is the art of carving superb designs on various metals such as copper, brass,silver and gold. Isfahan is the main center for engraving. The artistic work of this course made by the artists are the glorious and undeniable indication of Previous metal work of Iran and Isfahan , in particular . The historical discoveries belonging to the ancient times as the Sassanide (700AD), the Seljuk – (100 AD) and the safavid (1600 AD) dynasties indicate a few of the outstanding metal work periods. Resuming this art is due to the diligent attempts of the Late Ostad Mohammad Oraizi and the Late Ostad Mohammad Taghi Zufan during the past eighty years, which has been led to creating tens of outstanding and distinguished metal engravings on the one hand and training the new generation on the other, and Producing golden and silver- like goblets and materials of some metals as nickel silver and Copper in particular.

Persian Accessories


Iran (Persia) possesses an extraordinary treasure of royal silver and gold jewelry, including a copious amount of mother-of-pearl from the Persian Gulf. The Iranian crown jewels are among the largest, most dazzling and valuable jewel collection in the world. The jewels are displayed in the vaults of the Central Bank of Iran in Tehran, and are one of the most appealing tourist attractions in Iran. Akik is also exported from Iran to various countries including the Indian subcontinent.

Wood and Copper Inlaying Handicrafts


“Khatam” means “incrustation”, and “Khatam-kari” means “incrustation work”. This craft consists in the production of incrustation patterns (generally star shaped), with thin sticks of wood (ebony, teak, ziziphus, orange, rose), brass (for golden parts), camel bones (white parts). Ivory, gold or silver can also be used for collection objects.
Sticks are assembled in triangular beams, themselves assembled and glued in a strict order to create a cylinder, 70 cm in diameter, whose cross-section is the main motif: a six-branch star included in a hexagon. These cylinders are cut into shorter cylinders, and then compressed and dried between two wooden plates, before being sliced for the last time, in 1 mm wide tranches. These sections are ready to be plated and glued on the object to be decorated, before lacquer finishing.
The tranche can also be softened through heating in order to wrap around objects. Many objects can be decorated in this fashion, such as: jewellery/decorative boxes, chessboards, cadres, pipes, desks, frames or some musical instruments. Khatam can be used on Persian miniature, realizing true work of art.

Silk Table Pad Handicrafts


Qum Rug – Nearby a dried up river, about 150 kilometers south of Teheran lies the city of Qum. It is the second most holy city in Iran and an important theological centre with extensive education of priests. Although rug weaving in Qom was not a major industry until the past 100 years the luxurious silk and wool rugs of Qom are known for their high quality and are regarded amongst the best in the world.
The manufacturing of carpets began at the of the 20th century. Carpets from Qum are known for their fine workmanship with pile in wool or silk. They are often manufactured with high knot density and have varied patterns (Gardens, medallions or figural carpets with plant and animal motifs), borrowed from different areas in Iran. Sometimes details are tied in silk. It is also common with carpets manufactured entirely of silk. The shimmering appearance of silk is due to the triangular prism-like structure of the silk fibre, which allows silk rug to refract incoming light at different angles, thus producing different colors which adds a fabulous beauty to the Qum rugs. [Wikipedia]
Today, carpets are also manufactured in other places (countries) and these carpets unfortunately carries the name Qum. The carpets are also sold under the names Ghome, Gom, Qum, Ghom and Qom.
So it remains the question of where I can buy genuine silk Persian carpet?
Kimiya Carpet Gallery has over 25 years of experience in trading of premium quality genuine persian carpets which have been hand picked and selected diectly from Persia among hundreds of carpet manufacturer. So this experience in addition to the sucess business portfolio in Japan strongly confim the trust and the quality that customers are looking for.
The most important Qum rug specifications are:

  • Pile: wool yarn of good quality or silk
  • Weft: cotton yarn or silk, 2 wefts
  • Warp: cotton yarn or silk
  • Knot: asymmetrical
  • Knot density: 350 000 – 1 000 000 knots per square meter

Gabbeh


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A Gabbeh a hand-woven pile rug of coarse quality and medium size (90 x 150 cm or larger) characterized by an abstract design that relies upon open fields of color and a playfulness with geometry. This type of rug is popular among the populations of the Zagros Mountains of Iran, including Kurdish, Luri and Qashqai people. The Gabbeh is usually crafted by women.
Gabbeh carpets are much thicker and coarser than other Persian carpets; sometimes it is as much as one inch in depth. In fact, it is more of a variety of kilim than carpet. The word ‘Gabbeh’ comes from the Persian meaning raw, natural, uncut. This is a rough and primitive carpet.
Gabbeh patterns are of a very basic kind with only a limited number of decorative, mostly rectangular objects resembling mainly animals. In Gabbeh usually bright colors, such as yellow and red, are used. Although large fields of solid color are used in Gabbeh designs, the color is variegated (the color varies throughout the rug).
Gabbehs are made of natural, handspun wool yarn and all the colors are created with natural plant dye. Due to its relative ease of production (less precise pattern, small number of knots per square centimeter, etc.) a Gabbe is one of the less expensive varieties of Persian carpet.
A Gabbeh a hand-woven pile rug of coarse quality and medium size (90 x 150 cm or larger) characterized by an abstract design that relies upon open fields of color and a playfulness with geometry. This type of rug is popular among the populations of the Zagros Mountains of Iran, including Kurdish, Luri and Qashqai people. The Gabbeh is usually crafted by women.
Gabbeh carpets are much thicker and coarser than other Persian carpets; sometimes it is as much as one inch in depth. In fact, it is more of a variety of kilim than carpet. The word ‘Gabbeh’ comes from the Persian meaning raw, natural, uncut. This is a rough and primitive carpet.
Gabbeh patterns are of a very basic kind with only a limited number of decorative, mostly rectangular objects resembling mainly animals. In Gabbeh usually bright colors, such as yellow and red, are used. Although large fields of solid color are used in Gabbeh designs, the color is variegated (the color varies throughout the rug).
Gabbehs are made of natural, handspun wool yarn and all the colors are created with natural plant dye. Due to its relative ease of production (less precise pattern, small number of knots per square centimeter, etc.) a Gabbe is one of the less expensive varieties of Persian carpet.

Dry Fruits & Saffron

If you thought dry fruits simply meant almonds, pistachios and dates then the wide variety of salted and unsalted dry fruits on offer in every bazaar in the country will tell you there’s a lot more to be discovered.
Salted nuts are something Iranians constantly snack on and it could be anything from melon seeds to nuts of every shape and size that are really beyond one’s imagination. An assortment of these Persian goodies with a few savories makes a good present to bring back for family and friends from a holiday in Iran.
Tehran pistachios, Iran.
Saffron is another precious gift that is welcome in anyone’s kitchen. The best quality saffron is available in attractive packages and is not really hard to find in most Persian bazaars.

Iran Pistachio

Iran’s pistachio as an exclusively Iranian fruit is one of the best pistachios in the world. Even today, with the introduction of the product from some other countries, Iranian pistachio still ranks first in international market thanks to its rich taste, unique way of processing, nutritive attributes and the eye catching appearance that has made it famous worldwide as smiling pistachio.
The pistachio tree is an old tree with a great antiquity. It is grown in most parts of Iran particularly in Kerman province (Rafsanjan, Sirjan, Zarand, Ravar, and Shahr Babak) ; They produce more than 90 percent of the country’s pistachio while the rest is produced in Damghan, Ardakan, Yazd, Saveh, Ghazvin, and some other cities in Khorassan and Isfahan province.
There are about 40 million pistachio trees in Iran with over 80 thousand hectares of land under cultivation. Now Iran’s pistachio is one of the best pistachios in the world.
In late march the tree of pistachio begin to bloom and usually in Septembers the nuts are ready to be harvested.
Tehran pistachios, Iran.

Iran Caviar

The Iranian caviar as the best caviar in the world is a very lucrative export good of Iran, with roughly half being collected from sturgeons near Bandar–e torkaman.
Its tiny grey pearls make the ever body’s eyes sparkling. One tastes it “like a sea candy, filled with iodine and powdered with mystery”(Robert Courteline).
No country can compete with Iran in processing and producing caviar because Iran’s caviar is well known as the best of its kind across the world. Many foreigners regard caviar as one of the few characteristically Iranian goods; view the offering of caviar as a sign of generous hospitality and special treatment.
In one word, Festivity can start with it!
Tehran pistachios, Iran.

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