Title: RAWANG HAT (BRHT001)
Description: Woven rattan hat with boar's tusks. W11" D11" H5"
Country: Burma
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Title: CHAM DANCE COSTUME
Description: Costume worn during the black-hat dance of the annual cham (monastic ritual dances) festival.
Country: Bhutan
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (MANTA) (PUTX004)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 39"x36"
Country: Peru
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (PUTX003-1)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 25"x19"
Country: Peru
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (PUTX003-2)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 25"x20"
Country: Peru
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (MANTA) (PUTX005-1)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 45"x34"
Country: Peru
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (MANTA) (PUTX006-4)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 44"x40"
Country: Peru
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (MANTA) (PUTX006-10)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 48"x42"
Country: Peru
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Title: PERUVIAN BLANKET (MANTA) (PUTX006-14)
Description: Handwoven blanket from the Cusco region of Peru. Constructed of alpaca or sheep's wool dyed with natural pigments. 49"x45"
Country: Peru
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Title: JINGHPAW PUKHANG / SKIRT (BRTX011-1)
Description: Jinghpaw woman’s wrap skirt. From the Kachin State of Burma. The skirt is made up of 3 panels woven on a narrow loom. Wool and cotton dyed with natural pigments. 1940s. 58"x28"
Country: Burma
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Title: JINGHPAW PUKHANG / SKIRT (BRTX011-3)
Description: Jinghpaw woman’s wrap skirt. From the Kachin State of Burma. The skirt is made up of 3 panels woven on a narrow loom. Wool and cotton dyed with natural pigments. 1940s. 56"x27"
Country: Burma
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Title: JINGHPAW PUKHANG / SKIRT (BRTX011-4)
Description: Jinghpaw woman’s wrap skirt. From the Kachin State of Burma. The skirt is made up of 3 panels woven on a narrow loom. Wool and cotton dyed with natural pigments. 1940s. 62"X32"
Country: Burma
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Title: JINGHPAW PUKHANG / SKIRT (BRTX011-5)
Description: Jinghpaw woman’s wrap skirt. From the Kachin State of Burma. The skirt is made up of 3 panels woven on a narrow loom. Wool and cotton dyed with natural pigments. 1940s. 58"X32"
Country: Burma
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Title: EMBROIDERED SILK CHINESE COLLAR (CHTX012-2)
Description: Beautifully embroidered collar with subtle shades of greens on the bottom layer with reds and purples above. The center is black with a finely done stitched pattern. Embroidered with a colorful array of flowers and symbols. Silk and cotton. 10.5"
Country: China
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Title: KHUMI TEXTILE (BRTX001-2)
Description: Chin wrap skirt from the Khumi subgroup of Burma. Detailed design woven on a backstrap loom. White glass beads adorn the edge. 51"x16"
Country: Burma
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Title: MIAO 100 HUNDRED BIRD FESTIVAL JACKET (MITX015-2)
Description: Embroidered man’s festival jacket from the Miao ethnic group living in the SE Guizhou Province of China. Mid 1900s. W60” H54”.
Country: China
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Title: CHIN EMBROIDERED TEXTILE (BRTX008-2)
Description: 2-panel embroidered silk woman’s skirt from the Chin State of Burma. 52"x41"
Country: Burma
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Title: CHIN EMBROIDERED TEXTILE (BRTX008-1)
Description: 2-panel embroidered silk woman’s skirt from the Chin State of Burma. 52"X40"
Country: Burma
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Title: NAGA TRIBE BODY CLOTH (BRTX025)
Description: Textile from the Naga tribe of Burma. The cloth has embroidered images of the tree of life, elephants, giraffes, dogs, birds and familiar images to the Naga. Fringe at each end completes the body cloth. Woven of cotton using a back-strap loom. 65"x40"
Country: Burma
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Title: MIAO EMBROIDERY (MITX025)
Description: Embroidered baby coveralls from the Miao ethnic group of SE Guizhou Province of China. Mid 1900s.
Country: China
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Title: MIAO APRON (MITX011-1)
Description: Hand stitched and embroidered apron of the Miao ethnic group of southwest China. Early 20th century. W17" H25".
Country: China
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Title: MIAO APRON (MITX011-3)
Description: Hand stitched and embroidered apron of the Miao ethnic group of southwest China. Early 20th century. W27" H26".
Country: China
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Title: MIAO APRON (MITX011-4)
Description: Hand stitched and embroidered apron of the Miao ethnic group of southwest China. Early 20th century. W16" H22".
Country: China
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Title: AKHA BABY HAT (AKHT001-1)
Description: Cotton fabric with metal beads, coins, glass seed beads, cowrie shells and embroidery. Mid to late 20th century.
Country: Thailand
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Title: AKHA BABY HAT (AKHT001-2)
Description: Cotton fabric with metal beads, coins, glass seed beads, cowrie shells and embroidery. Mid to late 20th century.
Country: Thailand
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Title: IKAT (INTX001)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W20" H40"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX002-1)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W17" H66"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX002-2)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W17" H74"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX002-3)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W17" H68"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX003)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W38" H68"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX004)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W39" H78"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX005)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. W93" H45"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX006)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. Flores Island. W28" H60"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX007)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. Sumba Island. W35" H90"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX009)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. Sumba Island. W34" H62"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX010)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. Timor Island. W41" H84"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: IKAT (INTX011)
Description: Ikat refers to the binding of fibers with plastics or other impenetrable materials to form ‘resists’ areas in the cloth where the dye will not penetrate. The dyeing process is repeated numerous times with different colors to produce a pattern. After the fibers are dyed they are then set on a loom and woven. Timor Island. W31" H82"
Country: Indonesia
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Title: KACHIN MAN'S ROBE AND BAG (BRTX014)
Description: Kachin man's cotton robe with embroidery embellishments. Shoulder bag made of cotton, leather and cowrie shells.
Country: Burma
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Title: DANI SKIRT (INDN004)
Description: Worn by the Dani women. Made of individual strands of woven orchid fibers and decorated with straw. Papua, New Guinea.
Country: Indonesia
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Title: Test Product
Description: This is a test product.
Country: Lao
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