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Suzani Traditional Uzbek fabrics sold at a Samarkand market Suzani Fabric, Textile Fabrics, Textile Patterns, Fabric Art, Textile Design, Textile Art, Fabric Design, Print Patterns, Indian Patterns

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Uzbekistan. Textiles - a great reason to travel!!

Palampore - Bedcover or hanging - Late century - India - Cotton; plain weave, mordant painted and dyed, resist dyed Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Textile Design, Textile Art, Antique Quilts, Vintage Textiles, Chintz Fabric, Indian Textiles, Sri Lanka

Palampore | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This type of dyed cloth, known as a palampore (from palangposh, the Hindi term for bedcover), was made in abundance in India for foreign markets in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and their decoration, often with a central tree laden with fruits and birds, combined patterns from English embroideries, Chinese decorative objects, and Indian textiles

Wooden print blocks for printing pattern onto fabric.Hand Made Batik Process! Find our more information about Hand made Batik Sarong Clothing! Textile Design, Textile Art, Fabric Design, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Stencil Patterns, Design Patterns, Design Design, Design Ideas

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Bedcover Date: century Culture: Indian, Gujarat for the British market Medium: Cotton, embroidered with silk Dimensions: L. 122 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1968 Accession Number: Indian Patterns, Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Textile Design, Print Patterns, Tent Stitch, Indian Shores, Indian Textiles, Indian Art

Bedcover | Indian, Gujarat for British market | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

During the 16th and 17th centuries, Gujarat, India, supplied embroideries of the highest quality to the Mughal court. As European traders began to arrive in India, production from adjusted to satisfy the tastes of markets abroad, particularly in Portugal and England. To create wares that would be popular overseas, embroiderers worked from existing European textiles. The combination of a spiraling vine pattern and playful animals has its source in English embroideries.

Ahir Embroidered Bag, Anjar Region, Kutch, Gujarat, India - love it Art Textile, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Embroidery Applique, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Indian Embroidery Designs, Kutch Work, Indian Patterns

KUTCH WORK – THE HIGHLY STRUCTURED HANDICRAFT METHOD (GUJARAT - INDIA)

Ahir Embroider - kutch Meaning: ‘Kutch Work’ is one of the trendy embroidering methods that prevail in the Indian State of Gujarat. As the...

View top-quality stock photos of Traditional Indian Handmade Embroidered Fabric. Find premium, high-resolution stock photography at Getty Images. Indian Embroidery, Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Fashion, Hand Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Indian Prints, Indian Textiles, Indian Fabric

Traditional Indian handmade embroidered fabric

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The historic Massachusetts seaport of Salem is home to the Peabody Essex Museum, which holds a world-renowned Asian export art collection offering particular insight into textile design, production. Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Textile Design, Textile Art, Textile Prints, Floral Prints, Peabody Museum, Century Textiles, Antique Show

Peabody Essex buys Dutch Chintz collection – HALI

The historic Massachusetts seaport of Salem is perhaps best known for the Witch Trials of 1692, brought to life in Arthur Miller’s 1953 play The Crucible. However, these days the city is also home to the Peabody Essex Museum, which holds a world-renowned Asian export art collection offering particular insight into 18th-century textile design, production... Read more »

Indian Handmade Kantha Bedspread, Kantha Blanket, Indian Handmade Baby Kantha Quilt, Kantha BedCover, Quilted Kantha Throw Queen Size - Bed and Bedcover Handgemachtes Baby, Bohemian Bedspread, Little Stitch, Kantha Stitch, Decorative Pillow Cases, Kantha Quilt, Vintage Quilts, Bed Covers, Handmade Baby

New Decorative Indian Handmade Floral Fruit Kantha Quilt | Etsy

This Kantha Has a Beautiful Texture of fabric, Nice and Smooth Touch Perfect Match for Your Bed Size : 108x90 Queen Size Material : 100% Cotton Type : Kantha Quilt This Kantha is made with just two layers of cotton which has been quilted together with little stitches known as kantha ** Kindly note

Textile fragment with rosettes, arches, stylized trees or flowers, and leaves, Egypt Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Textile Design, Print Patterns, Indian Prints, Indian Textiles, Impression Textile, Folk Art Flowers

Block-printed textile fragment, Indian (cotton)

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I felt an immediate connection with the palampore in Cooper-Hewitt’s collection. My mother is a textile designer who works mainly with botanical imagery, Indian Textiles, Indian Fabric, Antique Quilts, Vintage Textiles, Vintage Quilts, Textile Prints, Textile Design, Fabric Design, Flowering Vines

Painted Palampores and the Textile Trade | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

I felt an immediate connection with the palampore in Cooper-Hewitt’s collection. My mother is a textile designer who works mainly with botanical imagery, so the yard in my childhood home was always filled with plants to serve as her inspiration. Looking at this hanging reminds me of looking through the kitchen window of my childhood...

A woman, with her infant, weaves for Jaipur Rugs, a company bringing workers' rights to India. Handloom Weaving, Workers Rights, Jaipur Rugs, Artist Studios, Indian Textiles, Mille, Yesterday And Today, People Of The World, Incredible India

Photos: The Rug Weavers of India

A new type of social venture allows rural artisans to make rugs at home for export to foreign markets.