Translation of handicraft in Spanish:


artesanía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhændiˌkræft//ˈhandɪkrɑːft/


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    artesanía feminine
    trabajo artesanal masculine
    (at school) trabajos manuales masculine
    • Make it to Safina Plaza to celebrate the traditional handicrafts and take home a piece of our heritage.
    • The creations of artisans of the traditional and exclusive handicrafts of Burdwan of West Bengal are on display-cum-sale at Ravindra Bharathi.
    • For Lee, the main task is to rediscover traditional handicrafts and Taiwanese cultural symbols and mold them into modern luxuries for international markets.
    • It is no different for traditional handicrafts of West Bengal.
    • As well as the natural beauty of the region, visitors are drawn to its ornate temples and Buddhist shrines, and can watch locals skilled in the area's traditional arts and handicrafts.
    • Some of these traditional handicrafts, such as pottery and basket weaving, are caste-based activities and tend to be more utilitarian than decorative.
    • This push for the sector comes at a time when the realisation has dawned that handicrafts have to get its bread and butter from the domestic market.
    • A wide range of wooden statues, ready-made garments, decorative greeting cards, handicrafts items and eateries were on display.
    • An emblem to commemorate the region's handicrafts would be launched during the silver jubilee year celebrations of the Union Territory's independence.
    • Later on things improved and now they organise special events, with charity diners or workshops to allow people to learn handicrafts or cooking.
    • Practitioners of traditional handicrafts may register with the government and eventually receive a partial pension.
    • Interestingly, the show is organised to popularise traditional handicrafts and help improve the earnings of artisans.
    • A Cheam interior design company is offering people with creative flair the chance to learn new skills at workshops set up to revive interest in traditional handicrafts.
    • A gap appeared, and soon became a gulf, when modern industry arose in the West and when imperial conquest ruined many traditional handicrafts.
    • In Kwazulu Natal, Africa, a handicrafts workshop has afforded rural women economic self-sufficiency and self-esteem.
    • Making jewelry and cutting precious stones also are traditional handicrafts in Gujarat.
    • Most of the traditional handicrafts of the country have been neglected for a long time and are on the verge of extinction.
    • The exhibition was aimed at popularising traditional handicrafts of the State and help in improving the earnings of artisans.
    • Other handicrafts include woodcarving and basketry.
    • At most handicrafts exhibitions, exotically designed folding fans are invariably among the interesting articles on display in the stalls.
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    artesanía feminine
    an exhibition of local handicrafts una exposición de artesanías locales / artesanía local
    • They do work hard-but rarely at jobs that directly produce domestic pleasures like food, furniture, or handicrafts.
    • Rows of brightly decorated wooden huts sell Czech handicrafts, wooden toys and puppets, jewellery and attractive Bohemian glass.
    • The most significant handicraft produced by the Quechua is textiles.
    • Traditional Thai handicrafts such as silks and wooden ornaments were on sale as Thai, Chinese and street dancing groups entertained crowds.
    • With the growing tourist industry, there is a small market for traditional handicrafts, including woven baskets and mats, wood cavings, and jewelry.
    • Small-scale agriculture has been the backbone of the economy, with some light industry, mainly handicraft and garment production.
    • Though many of these handicrafts are unique and purely traditional, Shrujan has been successful in blending these designs with more contemporary patterns.
    • There are six markets in total selling handicrafts and traditional gifts.
    • They told women to consider pottery, baskets, mats and handicrafts which could help them make a decent living.
    • Clean and cheerful, the rooms are decorated with children's artwork and handicrafts.
    • There will be traditional Persian food, handicrafts, music and home-made sweets available at the event.
    • Most of the embroidery handicrafts exhibited in the gallery were made by Wu and other Dong families and they display ingenious talent and extraordinary creativity.
    • At a later stage, she made and sold several handicrafts, such as traditional necklaces and bracelets.
    • The Cottage Industries Emporium here opened shop in 1984, and is considered a one-stop destination to buy varied handicraft and handloom products from all over the country.
    • Other products on sale at the service stations will include handicrafts, and traditional herbs.
    • ‘They regard their creations only as mass handicraft products instead of valuable art forms,’ she added.
    • I'm talking about handicrafts here - pottery, quilting and textile arts, for example.
    • A rich tradition of folk art and handicrafts arises from different regions in Brazil.
    • They are a buzz with people and stalls, selling many traditional handicrafts ideal for presents.
    • The city is also famous for its handicrafts, colorful woven baskets, and silverware.
    • Saudi Arabia is famous for gold and silver handicrafts, particularly jewelry fashioned as both a decorative art and as a status symbol.
    • She wrote her autobiography, besides authoring books on the status of women, handicrafts and embroidery.
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    habilidad manual feminine