Iwayado Tansu (wooden chests)

The origins of Iwayado Tansu date back to the end of the eighteenth century when the custodian of Iwayado castle had his retainers look...

Textiles

Textile handcrafts have been practiced in Kuwait for a long time. This category includes Al-Sadu weaving, bisht (men’s cloak) weaving (Al-Hayek), bisht tailoring (khayat),...
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Glass Work

Wajima nuri (lacquer)

Mats and Basketry

Hôl lboeuk (ikat)

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Beadwork

The indigenous people of Sarawak have a long beadwork tradition as have the Nyonya (Peranakan)...

Coconut fibre and yarn making

The fibre extracted from the husk of the coconut known as coir has been the...

Dó paper craft

Dó paper is made from the bark of the Rhamnoneuron blansae tree. In ancient times,...

WRC Rally Cup

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Kasongan (Javanese ceramic)

Kasongan is a traditional pottery village located in Bangunjiwo village, Bantul area of Yogyakarta province....

Jewellery

Jewellery is one of the brightest manifestations of artistic creativity of the Tajik people. The...

Tanoa Carving

The tanoa is a specifically carved wooden bowl for mixing and serving kava. In Fiji,...
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Bisht Making in Kuwait

Bisht (man’s cloak) making is considered as one of the most important living handicrafts. The traditional form is in high demand by a broad...

At jabuu (horse harness)

At jabuu (horse harness) represents a remarkable achievement of nomadic Kyrgyz culture. Its combination of function and aesthetics has been a long-standing source of...

Batik (Malay)

Batik is a wax-resist textile, produced mainly in the east coast states of Terengganu and Kelantan. The craft was pioneered in Malaysia during the...

Facial tattoos in Oro Province

One of the most striking cultural traditions in Papua New Guinea’s Oro province are women’s facial tattoos. Among the Maisin people, facial tattoos (ro-bua)...

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Sculpture

Vietnamese sculpture has a long tradition and there remain many valuable works in ancient temples and pagodas. Two main materials used for sculpture are...

Aboriginal woodcarving

Woodcarving is practised by only two groups of indigenous Orang Asli in Peninsular Malaysia: the Mah Meri in Kampung Sungai Bumbun, Carey Island, Selangor...