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Robe Middle Eastern Bedouin 1875-1939

Robe Middle Eastern Bedouin 1875-1939

TURKISH textile & pattern

TURKISH textile & pattern

Turkish rugs symbols | Justina Blakeney Est. 1979

Turkish rugs symbols | Justina Blakeney Est. 1979

This beautiful tapestry fabric inspired the design for this small bag that is made from home decor fabric. The bag is lined with a black ottoman fabric, has one inside pocket and closes with a...

This beautiful tapestry fabric inspired the design for this small bag that is made from home decor fabric. The bag is lined with a black ottoman fabric, has one inside pocket and closes with a...

Brocade Anteri (Turkish Robe), 19th Century I saw amazing ply-splitting cordage at the Sadberk Hanim Muzesi.  Unable to photograph it, I'm now searching for images...

Brocade Anteri (Turkish Robe), 19th Century I saw amazing ply-splitting cordage at the Sadberk Hanim Muzesi. Unable to photograph it, I'm now searching for images...

Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul

Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul

Suzani Embroidery

Suzani Embroidery

Parsi embroidery is yet another example of how a century-old art can be so relevant, without putting up with those bleeding colors. Parsi embroidery is a unique part of India’s diverse textile heritage. This unique artistic tradition has its roots in Iran during the Bronze Age but with time it has drew influences from European, Chinese, Persian and Indian culture.

Parsi embroidery is yet another example of how a century-old art can be so relevant, without putting up with those bleeding colors. Parsi embroidery is a unique part of India’s diverse textile heritage. This unique artistic tradition has its roots in Iran during the Bronze Age but with time it has drew influences from European, Chinese, Persian and Indian culture.

Woman's sleeveless jacket with butterflies (detail), late 19th–early 20th century  China  Tapestry-woven (kesi) silk and metallic thread

Woman's sleeveless jacket with butterflies (detail), late 19th–early 20th century China Tapestry-woven (kesi) silk and metallic thread

Painted yellow silk of a Robe à la Polonaise, 1780–85, American (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Painted yellow silk of a Robe à la Polonaise, 1780–85, American (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art