Zardozi is one of the most important elements of Persian cultural signs and Handicrafts. It is named around the country by names such Zar-douzi (Persian: زردوزی), Kam-douzi (Persian: کمدوزی), Gol-douzi (Persian: گلدوزی) and Kaman-douzi (Persian: کماندوزی). Today it is more popular in Hormozgan, especially in Bandar-e Lenge and Bandar-e Abbas and Minab that known as the center of that. Persian Zardozi's are three kinds:
Some are completely sewing the basic fabric with Bakhie (Persian: بخیه) in order to make a new sight of pattern and colors, such as Baloch's Souzan-douzi (Persian: سوزندوزی), Rasht's Qollab-douzi (Persian: قلابدوزی) and Kerman's Pate-douzi (Persian: پَتهدوزی).
Some are in different way sewing with less density of work on original fabric. In this way they cross the strings throughout the woof of the original fabric and sew this string to each other to made a lattice and colorful pattern. Such as Sekke-douzi (Persian: سکّهدوزی) and Qollab-douzi (Persian: قلابدوزی) in Isfahan.
Another way is sewing a variety of patterns on original fabric with golden and silver strings. Such as Dah-Yek-Douzi (Persian: دهيکدوزی) (1 of 10 sewing which today is demode), Naqade-douzi (Persian: نقدهدوزی), Tafte-douzi (Persian: تافتهدوزی), Kous-douzi (Persian: خوسدوزی) Zari-douzi (Persian: زردوزی) or Golabatoun-douzi (Persian: گلابتوندوزی).