Wild silk weaving

The use of silk for weaving in India can be traced back to the third millennia BCE. While domesticated mulberry silk was introduced into...

Chaesangjang (bamboo cases with coloured designs)

Chaesangjang refers to the art of dyeing slices of bamboo skin with different colors and making boxes by braiding them together. Chaesang was a...

Jewellery

Ulos

Kilim weaving

Kilim is a kind of wool carpet and cover without pile, which is woven as double-faced and jointed. The raw material is usually sheep...

FASHION AND TRENDS

Kākahu (Māori cloaks)

Despite having a limited range of raw materials and natural dyes, Maori weavers created a remarkable assortment of kākahu (cloaks) that ranged from prestigious...

Iga-yaki

The origins of this ware date back to sometime between the second half of the seventh century and eighth century A.D. At the time,...

Liyelaa jehun (lacquer)

Tibetan rug-making

Rug weaving

Contemporary furnitures decorated by mother-of-pearl inlay technique.

Mother-of-pearl inlay

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Kanthas of Bengal

Kanthas are vibrant patchworked quilts, recycled out of layers of used and discarded fabric, made by rural women in the eastern part of India. They...

Puppet (yoke thay)

Earthenware

Paper (hmaing-kaing)

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Wool mizwada (haversack)

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Puppet (yoke thay)

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Glass Work

Ceramics

Stone sculpture

Woodcarving