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Chinese Ethnic Minority Hill Tribe Woman's Jacket
TX64

DESCRIPTION: A black cotton woman's jacket, appliquéd with colorful bands of intricate needlework panels. The embroidery on many of the panels is exceptional with sequins scattered among floral, geometric and bird design motifs. Some of the finely embroidered panels appear to be much older than the jacket itself; this is not surprising as beautiful needlework is highly prized in minority tribes and is passed down through families for generations. This jacket is stunning enough for formal... Click for details

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Framed Japanese Silk Brocade Fukusa with Crane
TX45

DESCRIPTION: A Japanese fukusa of brocade silk in a supplementary weft weave with both silk and gold metallic threads forming the design of a large crane with wings encircling various sea treasures. Used a gift cover and traditionally draped over a gift given for birthdays or New Years, the choice of an appropriate fukusa suited to the occasion was an important part of the gift-giving ritual. This one has been matted and set in a handsome burl frame. C.1920; wear to threads in a few areas. ... Click for details

$485


Hand Woven Laotian Silk and Cotton Textile, Natural Dye
TX28

DESCRIPTION: This beautiful textile was hand woven in the “Khet” process in which the warp yarns are cotton thread and the weft yarns are raw silk. Jok weaving is very time consuming and is becoming quite scarce today as Laotian weavers move to the city to find more profitable employment. The design is executed in four rows of dynamic black and white repeating geometric patterns with accents of reds and greens. This textile would have originally been worn as a skirt wrap, and would be... Click for details

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