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Highlights from HALI 219:

İHİB chairman and kilim champion Ahmet Diler represents the intrinsic value of Turkish handwoven carpets on the national and international stage

Anatomy of an object
A 19th-century Ottoman embroidered sampler in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Common thread
A selection of unusual rugs that might be on display at various public and private institutions included on tours and within the main programme of the ICOC XV

Istanbul Exhibitions and events taking place during the International Conference on Oriental Carpets XVÇırpı: a singular form of Anatolian weaving • Asian textiles from the Myrna and Sam Myers Collection, donated to The Textile Museum • Detailed symbolism in Qing-dynasty court attire •  Singular and rare fish-skin garments crafted by the Nivkh people of northeast AsiaUntangling the origins of embroidered Portuguese Arraiolos carpets

An overview of Kum Kapı rugs at auction ahead of Christie’s sale of the George Farrow CollectionThe ICOC XV dealers’ fair in Istanbul • Auction price guide

‘Fashioning San Francisco: A Century of Style’ at de Young/Legion of Honor, Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco

Last page
The Karun Thakar Fund is offering grants towards the study of Asian and African textiles

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