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Pine Runner Katazome. Katazome is the craft of Japanese stencil dyeing. Traditionally used to make both indigo blue and white cotton for summer kimonos and country bedding, as well as colored silks, it is now almost a lost art in Japan.

Katazome is the craft of Japanese stencil dyeing. Traditionally used to make both indigo blue and white cotton for summer kimonos and country bedding, as well as colored silks, it is now almost a lost art in Japan.

Vintage hand-woven Artvin kilim rug with prayer arch motifs. This lovely kilim is around 50 years old and in very good condition. Artvin is located in the northeastern Black Sea region of Turkey.

Only the finest Kilim Rugs and Overdyed Vintage Turkish Rugs from the source.

Kimon-ooh.

Kimon-ooh. (Present&Correct)

Yoruba Indigo Adire cloth  Indigo resist-dyed cloths of the Yoruba from Nigeria, freehand patterning

Yoruba Indigo Adire cloth, Indigo resist-dyed cloths of the Yoruba from Nigeria, freehand patterning. Women wear these fabrics on their head with matching wrappers, loose fabrics of the same fabric wrapped around the body untailored

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Fleur Doree inspired by the works by Paul Balin, fine specialist of gilded leathers and fabrics. via Dessin Fournir Companies

Africa | Woman's wrap (skirt) from the Dogon people of mali | 20th century | Indigo resist dyed cotton plain weave | Unusual piece as most of the Dogon skirts are usually only tie dyed dots

Mali Dogon woman's wrap or skirt of indigo resist-dyed cotton plain weave. Most Dogon skirts are usually only patterned with tie-dye dots, so this one is unusual.

India 15th century

Fragment Date: century Geography: India Culture: Islamic Medium: Cotton; block-printed and resist-dyed Dimensions: in. wide cm high cm wide) Classification: Textiles-Painted and/or Printed

Textile fragment with bands of dotted vines, tendrils, rosettes, and stylized treesfront. 10th to 15th c Egypt

Textile fragment with bands of dotted vines, tendrils, rosettes, and stylized treesfront. to c Egypt.doesn't say but sure looks like block printing.

Raoul Dufy, designer, Pegase, mise en carte d'une composition de Raoul Dufy, bodycolour on point paper - 111 x 68cm., framed and glazed Bianchini Textiles Collection

Pegase, mise en carte d'une composition de Raoul Dufy, bodycolour on point paper - 111 x framed and glazed Bianchini Textiles Collection

Resonance. 
[18th-century cotton painted mordant-and-resist-dyed Indian sarasa fragment made on the Coromandel Coast for the Japanese market.Tokyo National Museum. Image from Woven Cargoes: Indian Textiles in the East.]

cotton painted mordant-and-resist-dyed Indian sarasa fragment made on the Coromandel Coast for the Japanese market. Image from Woven Cargoes: Indian Textiles in the East.

*Africa | Woman's wrapper ~ adire ~ from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | ca. 1970 | Cotton; stencil resist indigo dyed

Wrapper Local Name: adire Place Made: Africa: West Africa, Nigeria People: Yoruba Period: Mid to late century