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Asia Archives - Sarajo

The Ainu originally inhabited all islands of present day Japan as well as southern Sakhalin which is part of Russia. Hunters gatherers who lived in autonomous villages they were gradually disenfranchised by the Japanese.

Indian Cotton. 1725

Vintage Patterns Antique Textile Collection It is dated Its medium is cotton and its technique is mordant painted and dyed (chintz).

Antique tribal banjara Hand-stitched dress front choli womens Folk Embroidery

Antique tribal banjara Hand-stitched dress front choli womens Folk Embroidery

Indian Embroidery, Folk Embroidery, Hand Stitching, Prayer Rug, Beautiful Outfits, Bohemian Gypsy, Kurti, Pakistan, Linens

View this beautiful antique Uzbeki Suzani Ebroidery 45695 from Nazmiyal's fine antique rugs and decorative carpet collection in NYC.

Indian silk embroidery possibly kutch or Gujrati (?). It dates possibly around 1920s. Or possibly it could be from Southern Afghanistan...

A beautiful Indian silk embroidery possibly kutch or Gujrati (? It dates possibly around Or possibly it could be from Southern Afghanistan. The design is very engaging with curling patterns and .

19th Century Sujni Kantha

Sujni Kantha C. Size: X Jessore (Undivided Bengal) (Sujni Kanthas are big kanthas used as bedspreads) - Kantha Collection of the Gurusaday Museum, Joka, Kolkata

Vintage Pulkari fabric

BAGH Detail of an embroidered Bagh (wedding shawl) Floss silk on off-white hand-spun cotton North Western Punjab c 1880

Ajungla Imchen, Nagaland | A silk stole embroidered using Kantha embroidery style

Ajungla Imchen, Nagaland | A silk stole embroidered using Kantha embroidery style

Antique Indian Textile. Extremely Fine Embroidery The Scene of Krishna Dancing with the Women Mochi Work from Gujarat Kuch 1700 - 1800 A.D

Extremely Fine Embroidery Krishna Dancing with the Women and decorated cows. Mochi Work from Gujarat Kuch 1700 - 1800 A.

Banjara embroidery taken at the Joss Graham Banjara exhibition, London

Banjara embroidery taken at the Joss Graham Banjara exhibition, London

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