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Kalpoorgan is one of that fascinating villages of Sistan and Baloochestan province in southeast of Iran and has recently been nominated as the first handicraft village in the world. Throughout history, Handmade Pottery of Kalpourgan  belonged to women because men were hunting or farming and, according to historical evidence, women were the creators of pottery art. What distinguishes Kalpoorgan pottery from other places is its unique features. The techniques of making Handmade Pottery of Kalpourgan in  are the same as several hundred years ago, and this is a primitive and very simple method that makes the potter’s art unique. For decoration and painting they use Titok stone. This stone is found in the hilltop area in Zaboli’s section, and its color is usually brown or black. This rock is a manganese rock and the color obtained from this stone is brown. First, a small piece of Titok stone is placed on a large amount of water that is poured on some water and, by the action of the particles, the particles are dissolved well in water, then by a small piece of wood of the size of the stick, usually of the genus The wood of the palm tree is painted on the pottery.
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Potteries of Kalpurgan village are considered to be the keepers of the ancient heritage and art of Iranian pottery. These potteries, old and new, are made by the women of this region, and are influenced by Persians beliefs and faith; the female artistic spirit gives them a unique form and design.

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Potteries of Kalpurgan village are considered to be the keepers of the ancient heritage and art of pottery in the land of Iranian. These potteries, old and new, are made by the women of this region, and are influenced by Persians beliefs and faith; the female artistic spirit gives them a unique form and design.

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Potteries of Kalpurgan village are considered to be the keepers of the ancient heritage and art of pottery in the land of Iranian. These potteries, old and new, are made by the women of this region, and are influenced by Persians beliefs and faith; the female artistic spirit gives them a unique form and design.

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Pottery in the village of Kalpourgan in Saravan city of Sistan and Baluchistan is 5,000 years old. The women  and girls of this village inherited this art in a traditional way from their ancestors and has given the village of Kalpourgan a particular identity of its own. 

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Pottery in the village of Kalpourgan in Saravan city of Sistan and Baluchistan is 5,000 years old. The women  and girls of this village inherited this art in a traditional way from their ancestors and has given the village of Kalpourgan a particular identity of its own. 

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Pottery in the village of Kalpourgan in Saravan city of Sistan and Baluchistan is 5,000 years old. The women  and girls of this village inherited this art in a traditional way from their ancestors and has given the village of Kalpourgan a particular identity of its own. 

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Kalporagan is an ancient village in the south part of Iran which is registered on World Crafts Council (WCC) list as the first handicraft village in the world. These potteries, old and new, are made by the women of this region, and are influenced by the beliefs and faith of them; the female artistic spirit gives them a unique form and design.

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Kalporagan is an ancient village in the south part of Iran which is registered on World Crafts Council (WCC) list as the first handicraft village in the world. These potteries, old and new, are made by the women of this region, and are influenced by the beliefs and faith of them; the female artistic spirit gives them a unique form and design.

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Kalporagan is an ancient village in the south part of Iran which is registered on World Crafts Council (WCC) list as the first handicraft village in the world. These potteries, old and new, are made by the women of this region, and are influenced by the beliefs and faith of them; the female artistic spirit gives them a unique form and design.

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Kalpouregan village Located in Iran ,what made this village special and distinct is its exceptional and famous pottery. These pottery are known for its unique qualities among other kind of potteries. The patterns and designs of Potteries are completely geometrical and reminding us of ancient earthenware designs. The decorations on the potteries are abstract symbols, handed down from one generation to other

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Kalpouregan village Located in Iran ,what made this village special and distinct is its exceptional and famous pottery. These pottery are known for its unique qualities among other kind of potteries. The patterns and designs of Potteries are completely geometrical and reminding us of ancient earthenware designs. The decorations on the potteries are abstract symbols, handed down from one generation to other

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Kalpouregan village Located in Iran ,what made this village special and distinct is its exceptional and famous pottery. These pottery are known for its unique qualities among other kind of potteries. The patterns and designs of Potteries are completely geometrical and reminding us of ancient earthenware designs. The decorations on the potteries are abstract symbols, handed down from one generation to other.

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Pottery in the village of Kalpourgan in Saravan city of Sistan and Baluchistan is 5,000 years old. The women  and girls of this village inherited this art in a traditional way from their ancestors and has given the village of Kalpourgan a particular identity of its own. 

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Pottery in the village of Kalpourgan in Saravan city of Sistan and Baluchistan is 5,000 years old. The women  and girls of this village inherited this art in a traditional way from their ancestors and has given the village of Kalpourgan a particular identity of its own.