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Tiraz, Egypt woven linen and silk, 10th C

Tiraz, Egypt woven linen and silk, 10th C

Egyptian Tiraz fragment from a Turban with a Tiraz Inscription, late 10th century. Made in Egypt, Tinnis. Plain weave in blue linen with inscription in golden yellow silk thread. Benaki Museum, Athens (14997)

Egyptian Tiraz fragment from a Turban with a Tiraz Inscription, late 10th century. Made in Egypt, Tinnis. Plain weave in blue linen with inscription in golden yellow silk thread. Benaki Museum, Athens (14997)

This is like what I did in my "dancing as fast as I can" book....but going a little further with the background...gotta try this

This is like what I did in my "dancing as fast as I can" book....but going a little further with the background...gotta try this

Sifting powders on fiber paper: Fused Glass Class | Washington Glass Studio

Sifting powders on fiber paper: Fused Glass Class | Washington Glass Studio

Japanese Indigo Boro. Composed in 1900 but made of earlier fragments of Shibori, Katazome & Kasuri. From Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles

Japanese Indigo Boro. Composed in 1900 but made of earlier fragments of Shibori, Katazome & Kasuri. From Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles

Textile fragment with band of linked cartouches and circles (front)  linen, embroidered with yellow, blue, and brown silk; pulled-thread openwork  1250-1517 Mamluk period  Egypt  Ashmoleum Museum item no: EA1984.443

Textile fragment with band of linked cartouches and circles (front) linen, embroidered with yellow, blue, and brown silk; pulled-thread openwork 1250-1517 Mamluk period Egypt Ashmoleum Museum item no: EA1984.443

996-1021, Egypt. Tiraz fragment with birds. Linen tabby with silk tapestry. Pairs of confronted birds occupy the decorative band between two kufic inscriptions that name the Fatimid Caliph al-Hakim (ruled 996-1021).

996-1021, Egypt. Tiraz fragment with birds. Linen tabby with silk tapestry. Pairs of confronted birds occupy the decorative band between two kufic inscriptions that name the Fatimid Caliph al-Hakim (ruled 996-1021).

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