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Highlights from HALI 206:  

Collecting woven bands and the role of the collector 

Anatomy of an object

A 15th-century orphrey from Cologne

Common thread
Whether representing creation myths, depicting nature or conveying a cultural, historical or religious narrative, trees are popular motifs in nearly all textile traditions


Ancient carpets discovered in China • Early carpets from Anatolia • Central Asian hats • The Royal School of Needlework • Life of a collector: Jonathan Hope • Saryk main carpets • The ‘Tiffany’ carpet • The hidden links between Indian and Central Asian textiles


‘Kunlun: The Carpets of the Elixir’ at Museo Schneiberg, Turin • ‘Making The Met: 1870-2020’ at The Met, New York • Persian Textiles: The Ramezani Family Collection • The Hidden Life of Textiles in the Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean


The Jim Opie collection • Auction price guide 

Last page

‘The Cloth that Changed the World: India’s Painted and Printed Cottons’ at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto



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