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Suzy Menkes Reviews The Fabric Of India Exhibition At The V&A (Vogue.co.uk)

Textile from The Fabric of India exhibition at The Victoria & Albert Museum (London), running til January 2016



timur-i-lang: “ Textile fragment of printed and mordant and resist-dyed cotton, possibly made in Gujarat, found at Fostat, Old Cairo, century “This fragment is one of many hundreds.

Border Pattern

Embroidery sample for a man's suit, Silk embroidery on silk velvet; on view in Elaborate Embroidery: Fabrics for Menswear before at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 2 – July

Teal green by *jinifur on deviantART

Zen-Paradox — acideyedrops: Teal green by ~jinifur

Tecnica en INLAY Art

Exquisite Pietra Dura Inlay-work on Marble with Precious Gems-stones, Jaipur City Museum, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India - by chris 9

A mid-18th-century palampore created for the European market. While such designs may well have originated in England and then sent to India as a template, Ms. Smith notes, the Indians made them all their own.

“Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, opening on Monday at the Met, surveys a cross-cultural pollination of styles, materials and techniques.