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Iran’s 32nd Nat’l Handicrafts Exhibition to open in Tehran
The 32nd National Handicrafts Exhibition will open at the Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds today and will run until August 31.
ICHHTO head: Nine-month handicraft exports rose 11%
Iran exported handicrafts valued at $195 million during March 21-December 21, 2018 indicating an 11-percent growth year-on-year, said a senior Iranian official on Monday.
Nine-month carpet, handicraft exports fetched Iran $258m
Iran exported 12,000 tons of carpet and handicrafts worth around $258 million over the first nine months of the current Iranian year (March 21-December 21, 2018), according to the country’s foreign trade statistics.
Daraee Weaving, a 1,000-year-old Persian handicraft
Daraee is a very old Persian handicraft which used to be woven in the central Iranian city of Yazd, but is dying out nowadays.
Tehran seasonal handicraft exports hit $15m
Handicrafts valued at $15.3 million were exported from Tehran Province during March 21 to June 21, announced the deputy head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism and Organization (ICHHTO).
Iran a Milan handicraft exhibition special guest
Iran will be the special guest at the 22nd International Handicraft and Gift Exhibition of Milan (Artisans d'Art), Italy which is one of the largest handicraft exhibitions in the world, with more than 120 countries participating.
Iran's annual handicraft exports stand at $250m
Iran exports handicrafts valued at $250 million each year, said a top official in the handicrafts sector.
Lorestan handicraft industry age-old
Stone-made crafts — as the initial handicrafts — have been discovered in prehistoric caves in Khorramabad in the western province of Lorestan.
Tehran handicraft exports reach $22m
Tehran exported handicrafts valued at over $22 million in the year to March 2016, said the deputy head of Tehran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department.
Fars handicraft exports reached $40m last year
The southern Iranian province of Fars exported handicrafts and hand-woven carpets worth $40 million in the year to March 19, 2015, according to official figures released by the provincial Customs Office.

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