Aleta -artisan and Brigitte Singh fabrics for interiors

Home to the most extensive hand block printed collection of interior textiles by Brigitte Singh, and other artisan fabrics inspired by Mughal India

fragment | silk + metal-wrapped thread | brocaded & voided velvet | 60-13/16" x 24-5/8" | Turkey | c. 17th century

C Turkey fragment of silk + metal-wrapped thread brocaded & voided velvet.

Jaipur City Museum: pietra dura | by chris 9

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

Red Larissa from Aleta #fabric #red

Aleta Bartel-Orton, a Canadian living in London, founded her fabric company Aleta in She is best known for specializing in fabrics inspired by the decorative arts of century Mughal India, from the finest reproductions of ancient textiles to con

Palampore - Bedcover or hanging - Late 18th century - India - Cotton; plain weave, mordant painted and dyed, resist dyed

Palampore - Bedcover or hanging - Late century - India - Cotton; plain weave, mordant painted and dyed, resist dyed

Decorative mughal tent pattern Paint+Pattern+Pinterest: A Peek into the world of Mughal Art and Architecture

Paint+Pattern+Pinterest: Mughal Art and Architecture

A printed, painted and dyed cotton tent-hanging from the Mughal Dynasty almost brings nature inside.

Palampore  Date:ca. 1730Culture:India (for Sri Lankan market)Medium:Painted and dyed plain-weave cottonDimensions:Warp 44 9/16 in. (113.2 cm); weft 72 in. (182.9 cm)Classification:TextilesCredit Line:Purchase, Fernando Family Trust Gift, in honor of Dr. Quintus and Mrs. Wimala Fernando, 2010Accession Number:2010.337

Palampore Date: first quarter of the century Culture: India (Coromandel Coast), for the Sri Lankan market Medium: Cotton (painted resist and mordant, dyed)

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