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early 19c. Shawl | V&A . that yellow in so many fashion plates.

Shawl, Kashmir, early century, woven cashmere, x

Shawl | V&A Kashmir shawl in that green you see in the fashion plates. Early 19th c.

Shawl

Shawl, early century (made). Green and red woven Shawl, Kashmir, Century.

Shawl Place of origin: Kashmir, India  Date: early 19th century Materials and Techniques: Woven cashmere Museum number: IS.2081A-1883 | V&A

Shawl

Shawl Place of origin: Kashmir, India Date: early century Materials and Techniques: Woven cashmere Museum number:

Long shawl (one of a pair). Indian (Kashmiri), late 18th or early 19th century. Wool twill tapestry - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Long shawl (one of a pair). Indian (Kashmiri), late or early century. Wool twill tapestry - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

EARLY-19THC-SILK-WOOL-PAISLEY-KASHMIR-LONG-SHAWL-LARGE-BOTEH-ON-BORDERS

Early silk/wool paisley kashmir long shawl large boteh on borders

3-11-11  Shawl    Early 19th century    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

French wool shawl from the first quarter of the century from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Early Regency Georgian 1809 antique fashion print colourful redingote shawl bonnet Costume Parisien

Early Regency Georgian 1809 antique fashion print colourful redingote shawl bonnet Costume Parisien

c. 1810 - 1820 Early 19th Century Ayrshire Embroidered Whitework Muslin Stole! Regency Shawl!

A beautiful example of early century Ayrshire work embroidery on muslin in a large paisley motif.

Shawl, early 19c, Met museum.

Shawl Date: early century Geography: India, Kashmir Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool; twill weave and double interlocking twill tapestry w.

Fragment of Shawl Object Name: Fragment Date: early 19th century Geography: India, Kashmir Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool Dimensions: H. 10 i...

Fragment of Shawl Object Name: Fragment Date: early century Geography: India, Kashmir Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1921 Accession Number: MET-Museum

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