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Notes on Antique Textiles, Folk Art & Timeless Traditions – Jaina Mishra

Wovensouls ‘Vanishing Cultures’ Exhibition Highlights | Heirloom Patan Patola Ikat, Pre 19th century

This extremely fine example of double Ikat is an heirloom piece of one of the two surviving Patola weaving families. Known as the heirloom fragment piece that has been with them over 10 generations. Precise age unknown but estimated to be pre-1800.

ANTIQUE WEAVER'S HEIRLOOM PATAN PATOLA IKAT PRE-19TH CENTURY

‘Vanishing Cultures’ An exhibition of photography & antique traditional art (textiles, jewelry, paintings)

Home Decor | Collectibles | Wearables

March 7, 8, 9   | 10am – 7pm

The Arts House, (Old Parliament) | Singapore.

jm

Feb 2014

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