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Glazed Blue Pottery

Multani Crockery

Pakistan Blue pottery is a traditional craft of Multan and Hala, originated from China and Persia. Each pot is handcrafted, painted, and glazed by passionate artisans. Blue pottery made in Hala yards are of two types, one is made of red clay and the other from white clay and they are the best gift in signature blue and white for any occasion. Just look at blue pottery dinner sets, tea sets, plates, bowls, handi’s, dessert sets, mugs, soup sets, candle stands, vases that all can be purchased online.

Artisan Embroidery

Pakistani traditional embroidery work

Artisan embroidery is among the richest and oldest surviving art culture, which varies in patterns and designs according to each period’s traditions. Each piece of needlework is subsequently known for its unique materials and functions with specific motifs differentiating its outlook. Nevertheless, many crafted products like handcrafted pottery, dress shirts, Kurtis (eastern shirts), dupattas(scarfs), handbags, curtains, sofa covers, table sheets, and other daily essential items that are the part of every household in the neighborhood.

Stunning Camel Bone Handicrafts by Artisans of Pakistan

camel bone birds

Pakistani artisans use Camel bone for making a variety of consumer goods including fancy and decorative items. Camel bone handicrafts are becoming more popular day by day due to the cheap cost of its raw material and adorable beauty of finish goods. Camel bone handicrafts range from necklaces, earrings to paper cutters, napkin rings, key rings, cigarette holders, and decorative objects, and so on.

What is Ajrak?

Ajrak

Ajrak known as Ajrakh is a unique form of block-printing found in Sindh, Pakistan. These shawls display special designs and patterns made using block printing by stamps

Pakistani Women Artisans

Pakistani Women Artisans

Women artisans are playing a significant role to maintain the identity of the cultural heritage of Pakistan Handicraft and keep breathing the dying crafts for the upcoming generations.

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