Indian Textiles

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Indian floral embroidery

coquita

Indian floral embroidery

Antique Indian Chintz (dress)

wentke (vrouwenjas), Hindeloopen, Indiase sits

wentke (vrouwenjas), Hindeloopen, Indiase sits. From the collection: Regional Costumes in the Netherlands. Date of creation: 1700 - 1850 / 1700 - 1750

embroidered mid-18th-c. Coromandel Coast palampore, India, cotton with silk thread, MFA, Boston. On loan to The Met. [via Style Court]

Lunch & Latte

embroidered mid-18th-c. Coromandel Coast palampore, India, cotton with silk thread, MFA, Boston. On loan to The Met. [via Style Court]

cotton block printed quilt

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Panel from a Tent Lining

Panel from a Tent Lining | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The motifs on this panel, originally one of several joined as a lining for a tent, relate to those found on a larger group of dyed textiles attributed to Burhanpur, a city in the northern Deccan that is believed to have been an important center for production in the eighteenth century

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suzani designs

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Beautiful Brigette Singh block prints

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Jaipur Bouquet with chrysanthemums, lilies, roses and dahlias. Block print by Brigitte Singh

Trend: Quilty pleasures by Rakhshanda Jalil

Rakhshanda Jalil reports on the new kind of quilt that is taking India - and the rest of the world - by storm

Indian textile, detail

Reflections

R E F L E C T I O N S Harue NISHIKAWA / 西川 はるえ Japanese hand weaver's commonplace book Homepage/ Instagram / facebook / twitter / Pinterest / webshop

The Fabric of India Victoria & Albert Museum London Time is running out to visit The Fabric of India a fabulous exhibition at The Victoria Albert Museum which ends on 10th January 2016. The exhibition was highlighted by Vogue as a must-see and we would agree if you're a fan of Indian textiles like The Patternbank Team then you wont be disappointed. With around 200 objects many being brought out of storage for the first time and the first major exhibition to explore the dynamic and…

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The Fabric of India Victoria & Albert Museum London Time is running out to visit The Fabric of India a fabulous exhibition at The Victoria Albert Museum which ends on 10th January 2016. The exhibition was highlighted by Vogue as a must-see and we would agree if you're a fan of Indian textiles like The Patternbank Team then you wont be disappointed. With around 200 objects many being brought out of storage for the first time and the first major exhibition to explore the dynamic and…

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Indienne (tapis de prière). Coton peint, imprimé et teint. Inde, début XIXe siècle. ( MADOI - n° inv. TEX.1991.749)

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Indienne (tapis de prière). Coton peint, imprimé et teint. Inde, début XIXe siècle. ( MADOI - n° inv. TEX.1991.749)

mughal empire - William Morris lilly design

Mughal Empire Florals at the V&A

floorspread, painted and dyed cotton, late 17th-early18th cent. tent hanging, printed painted and dyed cotton, early 18th cent. ...