Fabric - Telli, Assuit

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Photograph of vintage black & bronze/gold color assiut - it's placed on top of blue fabric

Photograph of vintage black & bronze/gold color assiut - it's placed on top of blue fabric

Marvelous Soft Heavy Design Black Egyptian Assuit by ShawlKhan

Marvelous Soft Heavy Design Black Egyptian Assuit by ShawlKhan

Stunning antique black & silver 1920's Egyptian Assuit shawl - 30" x 88"

Stunning antique black & silver 1920's Egyptian Assuit shawl - 30" x 88"

1920's Silver Embroidered Egyptian Assuit Textile

1920's Silver Embroidered Egyptian Assuit Textile

Vintage Assiut Montage.  "No matter how you spell it, assuit, assiut, asyut, tulle bi telli, Egyptian tally work, it's a visual delight!" Dawn Devine ~ Davina

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Vintage Assiut Montage. "No matter how you spell it, assuit, assiut, asyut, tulle bi telli, Egyptian tally work, it's a visual delight!" Dawn Devine ~ Davina

asyut fabric | Your looking at a really amazing unique black assuit shawl ,excellent ...

Authentic Egyptian Art Deco Style Silver Assuit BREATH TAKING HEAVY Shawl

asyut fabric | Your looking at a really amazing unique black assuit shawl ,excellent ...

Assuit shawls  early 20th century  Covered with thousands of silver foil strips in a beautiful geometric design, Assuit shawls were introduced to the American public from Egypt at the Chicago World’s Fair 1893, setting off a wave Orientalism. Popularity was renewed in 1922 with the discovery of King Tut's tomb. Also known as Tulle-bi-telli (net with metal), they are usually linen mesh with small strips of metal, originally silver and gold, hammered over the netting in elaborate designs.

Assuit shawls early 20th century Covered with thousands of silver foil strips in a beautiful geometric design, Assuit shawls were introduced to the American public from Egypt at the Chicago World’s Fair 1893, setting off a wave Orientalism. Popularity was renewed in 1922 with the discovery of King Tut's tomb. Also known as Tulle-bi-telli (net with metal), they are usually linen mesh with small strips of metal, originally silver and gold, hammered over the netting in elaborate designs.


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