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Productos hechos a mano

Irán es famoso por sus hermosas artesanías, como alfombras iraníes o persas, azulejos, MinaKari, KhatamKari, etc. Seguramente te sorprenderán las maravillas en cada rincón de este vasto país, vayas donde vayas, encontrarás varios locales hechos a mano. productos. por artesanos iraníes. En la tienda en línea ShopiPersia proporcionamos y ofrecemos artesanías iraníes (persas) tradicionales y populares de alta calidad.

  • Iranian Set of 3 Pottery Plate Model Yellow

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 3 Pottery Plate Model Aamin

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 3 Pottery Plate Model Tree

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 7 Pottery Plate Model Sparrow

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 3 Pottery Plate Model Sparrow

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 2 Pottery Plate Model Nazariii

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Pottery Plate Model Dream

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 3 Pottery Plate Model Cheshm Nazar

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Pottery Plate Model Cheshm NazarIII

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Pottery Plate Model Cheshm NazarII

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 2 Pottery Plate Model Amen

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

  • Iranian Set of 4 Pottery Plate Model Khoda

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    This decorative Pottery Plate is handmade shows off the beauty of Iranian pottery, which can be a gift for your loved ones. Cheshm Nazar or The evil eye is a superstitious curse or legend, believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when one is unaware. It dates back to Greek Classical Antiquity, 6th Century B.C. where it appeared on Chalcidian drinking vessels, known as ‘eye cups’, as a type of apotropaic magic.

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