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Highlights from HALI 215: 

David Paly’s early experiences awakened a fascination for textile arts and the instincts of an avid collector. His ikat collection is now celebrated in a book and museum exhibitions

Anatomy of an object
A Nasrid silk in a remarkably fine state, from the Hispanic Society of America

Common thread
The distinctively blurred, feathered or jagged patterns of ikat-dyed textiles are found across much of the world

Three little-known Kerman carpets from Iran • Indian chintzes, and the nuances of cross- continental trade they inspired • The transcendental imagery of prayer carpets at The Textile Museum • The story of kilim evangelist Werner Brändl • A major exhibition of Baluch tribal weavings • Turkish towels and household embroideries • The later life of Chinese rank badges

The London spring sales and Material Culture’s ‘From the Land of the Sun: the Richard Stewart Collection of Baluch and Navajo weavings’, previewed by Daniel Shaffer • Auction price guide

‘Shaped by the Loom: Weaving Worlds in the American Southwest’ at Bard Graduate Center, New York • ‘After Holbein—Turkish Carpets and the Tudors’ at Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary, Calgary

Last page
From Japan to Central Asia to Peru with many stops in between: an exhibition at Seattle Art Museum explores the global nature of ikat



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