Jewellery

Traditional Turkmen silver jewellery, characterized by linearity, clarity and monumentality, dropped out of fashion in the Turkmen Republic during the 1970s, but is still...

Casting of ancient Buddha statues

Buddha statues have great significance among Buddhists, representing the Buddha himself as well as his teachings. These statues bear ideal features that are “characteristics...

Banjara Embroidery

Hagi-yaki

Design of regalia with gems for a golden Buddha image By craftsmen of the Office of Traditional Arts, Ministry of Culture

Metalworking

Ethnic Textiles

Ceramics

Jordan has good clay deposits and a continuous history of pottery since the Neolithic period. Traditionally, pottery is practiced across Jordan using wood kilns...

Gables

Turquoise inlay

Turquoise inlay

Wool mizwada (haversack)

Textiles

Porcelain

Weaving

Ganch carving

A stone carving of a sea 

Carving

Metal pandain

Pottery

Soap liquid spread in wooden frames and cut into cubes to get dry

Olive oil soap

FASHION AND TRENDS

Felt rug

Due to environment and traditional conditions of life of the Turkmen, keche felt rugs were and still are one of the most needed items...

Silk and paper flower craft-making

The silk flower craft-making was developed in Hanoi and reflects that city’s elegant culture. The aim is to match the real flowers, so the...

Bamboo Container (Pyang)

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Tapestry (shwe shi hto)

The art of tapestry named shwe chi hto (gold embroidery) seems to be flourished about one thousand years ago. Evidence can be found in...

Puppet (yoke thay)

Earthenware

Paper (hmaing-kaing)

Metal pandain

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Umbrella

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Lukhtak amulet

Bizenyaki

Glass