Detail from an evening coat c.1900–1910, silk crêpe with silk threads, designed by S. Nishimura

Asian Textiles - No 68 - 32p, Winter 2017 Access colour Pdf of No 68 (*see below)
OATG Events Programme
Taiwanese aboriginal woven fabrics and the British Museum - Tsai Yu Shan and Pamela Cross
A Japanese wall hanging from the Meiji period - Fiona Kerlogue
Abegg-Stiftung – the museum and conservation studio
‘Dressed’ Indian prints at the British Museum - Pamela Cross
Iban sungkit cloths - OATG talk by Mike Heppell

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