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FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume & Embroidery of the Kalmyk

Textile with Phoenixes and Dragons, 13th century, Yuan dynasty (1271–1368). China. Silk and metallic thread lampas weave.  This textile is one of very few northern Chinese silk-and-gold textiles to have survived from the Yuan dynasty. The dragons chasing pearls, the phoenixes, and the background of tiny hexagons are Chinese motifs, but the lobed roundels enclosing the dragons and phoenixes indicate the influence of eastern Iranian artisans who had been relocated to northern China.

The dragons chasing pearls, the phoenixes, and the background of tiny hexagons are Chinese motifs, but the lobed roundels enclosing the dragons and phoenixes indicate the influence of eastern Iranian artisans who had been relocated to northern China.

Mongolian Traditional Ornaments by Enkhtuvshin Ts, via Behance

About 2 months ago I wanted to start this project. And our traditional ornaments/patterns are so many and it's impossible to make it like this for every ornament so i chose 5 most favorite ornaments among the Mongolian people.

Folk Costume & Embroidery - Kalmyk people

Folk Costume & Embroidery - Kalmyk people

Kalmyk embroidery. Set of 12 Vintage Prints, Postcards with original cover -- 1970. Fine Arts Publ., Moscow  Full Set with cover 4x6x12,

Set of 12 Vintage Prints, Postcards with original cover -- Fine Arts Publ., Moscow Full Set with cover

Fiber Futures: kunst uit Japan in het Textielmuseum, te zien vanaf 3 oktober 2015 #textiel #Japan

Fiber Futures: kunst uit Japan in het Textielmuseum

Fiber Futures: kunst uit Japan in het Textielmuseum, te zien vanaf 3 oktober 2015 #textiel #Japan

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