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Belt of dark red wool with center design of black and white checker pattern. White cords to tie at sides.    This belt is medium: wool technique: warp-faced plain weave with float patterning; warp selvages; sides intact.    This belt is from Peru and dated "possibly 1200".

Belt of dark red wool with center design of black and white checker pattern. White cords to tie at sides. This belt is medium: wool technique: warp-faced plain weave with float patterning; warp selvages; sides intact. This belt is from Peru and dated "possibly 1200".

Traditional apron for women, from the Balkans (Muslim Albanian, probably from Kosovo), ca. 1925-1950.  Part of a rural bridal/festive costume.  Wool and silvery metallic thread; the motifs are woven in kilim-technique.  (Inv.n° önL083 - Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional apron for women, from the Balkans (Muslim Albanian, probably from Kosovo), ca. 1925-1950. Part of a rural bridal/festive costume. Wool and silvery metallic thread; the motifs are woven in kilim-technique. (Inv.n° önL083 - Kavak Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

Nomadic tribes live between the plateaus and mountains in Turkey, as well as in Iraq and Iran. Making their living through sheep and goat herding. They are famous for their well-made, hard-to-find carpets, storage bags and cradles. These textiles are hand-spun on floor looms using primarily vegetable-based dyes. They can be used as rugs or wall hangings and are in excellent condition. They are perfectly sized to throw by your bed or overlap to create a bohemian den. They have proven their…

Nomadic tribes live between the plateaus and mountains in Turkey, as well as in Iraq and Iran. Making their living through sheep and goat herding. They are famous for their well-made, hard-to-find carpets, storage bags and cradles. These textiles are hand-spun on floor looms using primarily vegetable-based dyes. They can be used as rugs or wall hangings and are in excellent condition. They are perfectly sized to throw by your bed or overlap to create a bohemian den. They have proven their…

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