Handmade Art

Collection by Ariana

Persian style moraq tile mosaic, now in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Beautiful design and color. Tile Art, Mosaic Art, Mosaic Tiles, Islamic Tiles, Islamic Art, Mandala, Persian Pattern, Turkish Art, Turkish Tiles

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Love pictures of blue colours? Then you'll love our large collection of images in this Luscious "True blue" photo gallery...

turkish pottery I bought these in Albania where they said they 'copied the Turkish style.

Persian paisley hand painted bowls.

Persian Handcrafted Bowl (sugar bowl), on copper metal. This Artisan craftsmanship is called Ghalamzani. Persian Culture, Copper Metal, Brass, Iranian Art, Historical Art, Achaemenid, Muted Colors, Sculpture, Islamic Art

Persian Handcrafted Bowl ( sugar bowl ).On copper metal. This Artisan craftsmanship is called Ghalamzani. via: Hamid Dastmalchi - Google+

Image: Antique Persian Silk Embroidered Shoes Qajar Dynasty 1795 A.D Cf: A Survey of Persian Handicraft By jay & Sumi Gluck. Shoe Boots, Shoes Sandals, Shoe Bag, Qajar Dynasty, Tribal Costume, Textiles, Embroidered Silk, Vintage Shoes, Designer Shoes


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Bowl, Timurid period second half of the century; Iran, probably Tabriz. painted in black under turquoise glaze, incised (Kubachi ware. Islamic World, Islamic Art, Cardboard Cat Scratcher, Persian Blue, Copper Red, Ceramic Pottery, Antique Pottery, Ancient Art, Metropolitan Museum

Bowl | The Met

Title: Bowl. Date: second half 15th century. Geography: Attributed to Iran, probably Tabriz. Medium: Stonepaste; painted in black under turquoise glaze, inc...

Persian silver crafts

Persian silver crafts

Concurrent with the visit of President Rouhani to France, Paris will host Iran’s cultural week and open an Iranian handicraft exhibition, Deputy Head of Cultural Heritage said.

Iran souvenirs: the ultimate guide to shopping in Iran - Islamic Art Pattern, Pattern Art, Arabesque, Purple Carpet, Tehran Iran, Persian Culture, Iranian Art, Islamic World, Patterned Carpet

Suzani Decor: Photo

Tribal vintage textiles - Suzani silk embroidery, Ikat, handwoven rugs, boho pillows, skillfully hand crafted. -- SuzaniDecor.com --

Original Antique 1868 "Grammar of Ornament" by Owen Jones, Chromolithograph Prints For Sale Pattern Books, Pattern Art, Pattern Design, Graphic Design Books, Book Design, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Owen Jones, Persian Pattern

Decorative Arts: The grammar of ornament : illustrated by examples from various styles of ornament: [Persian ornament. Plates 44, 45, 46, 47, 47*, 48]

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Persian Carpet, Tehran Carpet Museum

Islamic 'Pitcher,' century, Qajar period, Stone-paste with underglaze painted decoration, Iran; Freer/Sackler Collection of the Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Ancient Persian, Persian Blue, Ceramic Pitcher, Islamic World, Fibre, Vintage Pottery, Archaeology

Open F|S: Pitcher

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Iran: Daily Photos of Art and Persian History Persian Decor, Persian Restaurant, Persian Culture, Iranian Art, Creative Photos, Daily Photo, Islamic Art, Art And Architecture

Iran: Daily Photos of Art and Persian History · Global Voices

Iranian citizen media does not only talk about politics and protest, but also life, art and history. Vahid Rahmanian is a creative photo blogger who publishes photos of art and historic places in Iran.

Tombak that made in Iran. / The tonbak (also tombak or zarb) is a goblet drum from Persia (ancient Iran). Indian Music, Indian Folk Art, Jazz Instruments, Classic Jazz, Play That Funky Music, Ancient Persia, Persian Culture, Iranian Art, Decorative Items

Tombak that made in Iran. / The tonbak (also tombak or zarb) is a goblet drum from Persia (ancient Iran). It is considered the principal percussion instrument of Persian music / Khatam is a Persian version of marquetry, art forms made by decorating the surface of wooden articles with delicate pieces of wood, bone and metal precisely-cut geometrical shapes.