Ghalamzani or Toreutics is one of the traditional arts in Iran that includes the decoration of metal objects, especially copper, gold, silver, and brass, and the artists of Ghalmazani, creating lines and motifs by pen and hammer on metal objects, create extraordinarily beautiful works. This art, with its several thousand years of history, was prevalent in the Achaemenid period and peaked in the Sasanian period. In handicrafts Shops, we find precious dishes decorated with Ghalamzani. If they are gold and silver, their price is expensive. Ghalamzani or Toreutics is cheaper on copper and can be one of the best souvenirs in Iran. Principle of Ghalamzani or Toreutics is related to Shiraz and Isfahan.
Giveh is a kind of summer shoes, lightweight, durable and suitable for long marches, especially for rural men, and is and from handicrafts in areas of Iran such as Fars province, Isfahan, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Kermanshah and Zanjan. All stages of the production of these shoes are handmade and are generally made of cotton yarn, silk yarn and footwear made of leather or rubber. The Giveh are used by Local people of Zagros in the summer because of their pores.