Kashgar has a long history of producting handicrafts, and enjoys a high reputation of “the centre of folk handicraft”. These handicrafts are not only popular in kashgar, but also popular in West Asia and Europe though the ancient Silk Road. In Kashgar, there is a Handicraft Street alongside the Id Kah Mosque which is a narrow lane. Handreds of handicraft workshops and stalls are located in the street.Walking in either direction you'll find merchants selling everything from bright copper kettles to wedding chests to brass sleigh bells. You can almost find all the handicrafts here.