Hamedan, which was called as the first capital of Iran during the Medes, is the capital of Iranian history and civilization. The handicrafts of Hamedan province, which has a very old and ancient origins, like other provinces of Iran, reflect the taste and art of this province.
In this article, we want to know what Hamedan handicrafts are.
Gold and silver
The part of Hamedan's handicrafts is related to gold and silver, which we want to get to know more about.
Gold and silver coins
In this art, the traditional roles that are prominently featured on sheets of gold and silver are played with the hands of the goldsmith Koban and silver of Koban, and then put it on glass, ceramics or wood, which art T-shirt and silver embroidery.
Gold and silvering
One of the most famous and also the most common handicrafts of Hamedan province is the ringing industry, which makes it using gold and silver wires, making it a ring of ornaments such as emerald, agate, jasper, ruby and turquoise They use.
Gold on the glass
Gold art is made on glass in some of Hamedan province's cities such as Hamadan, Malayer, and Laljin, and is, as its name implies, decorated with golden glassware.
Pottery and ceramics
Another important industry is the Hamadan province, pottery and ceramics, which is the city of pottery, the city of Laljin, and Laljin is known as the capital of Iranian pottery. The Laljin pottery of Hamedan has the fifth place in terms of the export commodity of Hamedan province. The Laljine pottery is famous in the world, and therefore the city of Laljin is also known as the World Pottery City.
The art of painting can be seen in most handicrafts in the province of Hamedan. The handicrafts that can be seen from this beautiful art include gilding, miniature, pottery and ceramic paintings.
An engraving is called an art that creates a notable piece of wood. The art of engraving has a long history.
In this art, there is a very delicate and thoroughly painted on wood that is almost like a diatribe. The art of mosaic is most often seen in Hamadan, Tusirkan, Malayer and Nahavand.
Wooden frames, carved on wood, create beautiful roles on it and artistically.
Messenger and pencil is one of the industries that is abundant in the markets of Hamedan province.
Glassware and glass cutters are the Hamadan handicrafts produced by the glass.
Build a musical instrument
In the city of Hamedan and in some of the beautiful city of this province, musical instruments such as Daf, Tara and Santour are traditionally made.
Due to the various stones available in the province of Hamedan, the masonry and carving industry has a special position in this province.
Carpet weaving is formed in Hamedan Province due to the agricultural and livestock boom and mass production of wool and quality yarns. One of the characteristics of Hamadan province's carpet that is specific to this province is a broken and geometric role similar to fish and bergamot. Daisies and five quarts are two examples of Hamadan province carpets that are of particular popularity. Among the other carpets in the province, which can be mentioned are vault carpets, sidewalk, back, rocklist.
Gelim Hamedan province is distinguished from other parts of the country. It includes flower baskets, tulip flowers, daisies, bells, lobsters, flowers, sweet hands, facies and slides. The best quality flower of Hamedan province is woven clay in Nahavand city.
The greatest use of this beautiful art is for mosques, pilgrimage sites and cultural places, which is why it is also known as tile inscription.
Among the textile materials of this province, we can mention Jajim, Jajimča, Roquets, Tablecloths, Local clothing, Scarfs, Scarves and Sheets, which are used for cotton cloth, as well as woolen yarn for its wool.
Gwey in the old days was in a good position, especially in summer, but it can be said today that it has almost lost its place. Among the cities that are involved in the production of ghiw in Hamedan province are the villages of Khorraz, Dehfol, Fahromand and Artemian.
The art of needlework is called art, which is woven from silk threads of various colors on velvet and velvet fabrics. The needlework art is most commonly seen in the cities of Hamedan and Malayer. Examples of needle-engagement arts include: mirroring, dipping, dyeing, dipping, dipping, dipping, dipping and sprinkling.
The forging, knitting and chaining industries are among the industries of Hamedan province.
Other Industries of Hamedan Province
Leather coats, as well as pearl or matting, are among other industries in the province.
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