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DOMOTEX 2018, 12 - 15 January
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SILK VELVET IKAT

Deregözü Hali

Exhibitor details
Logo SILK VELVET IKAT

Exhibition stand
Topic: Group Stand of Turkey, ITKIB

Hall 2, Stand A52

Product description

The silk velvet ikat that we produce continues the traditions of the Bukhara weavers of Uzbekistan. These silk velvet textiles have beautiful texture and wonderful colors. The patterns used for the silk velvet ikat are derived from antique Ottoman and Central Asian designs, as well as from modern design motifs.

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IKAT

Since the 19th century textiles have been made in Uzbekistan in the ikat technique. The ikat is woven with a silk warp and cotton weft on hand-operated looms. We have continued this heritage with our production of over 500 ikat designs that are woven in Uzbekistan. Our patterns are based upon old ...read more

IKAT

Since the 19th century textiles have been made in Uzbekistan in the ikat technique. The ikat is woven with a silk warp and cotton weft on hand-operated looms. We have continued this heritage with our production of over 500 ikat designs that are woven in Uzbekistan. Our patterns are based upon old ...read more

SUZANI

Suzani comes from the Persian word for «needle» and refers to embroidered hangings and fabric coverings. Today suzani is synonymous with the finest old embroideries of Uzbekistan. We produce an elegant selection of suzanis using the patterns found on antique Central Asian,Ottoman, Caucasian, Middle ...read more

SUZANI

Suzani comes from the Persian word for «needle» and refers to embroidered hangings and fabric coverings. Today suzani is synonymous with the finest old embroideries of Uzbekistan. We produce an elegant selection of suzanis using the patterns found on antique Central Asian,Ottoman, Caucasian, Middle ...read more

SUZANI

Suzani comes from the Persian word for «needle» and refers to embroidered hangings and fabric coverings. Today suzani is synonymous with the finest old embroideries of Uzbekistan. We produce an elegant selection of suzanis using the patterns found on antique Central Asian,Ottoman, Caucasian, Middle ...read more

SILK VELVET IKAT

The silk velvet ikat that we produce continues the traditions of the Bukhara weavers of Uzbekistan. These silk velvet textiles have beautiful texture and wonderful colors. The patterns used for the silk velvet ikat are derived from antique Ottoman and Central Asian designs, as well as from modern design ...read more

IKAT

Since the 19th century textiles have been made in Uzbekistan in the ikat technique. The ikat is woven with a silk warp and cotton weft on hand-operated looms. We have continued this heritage with our production of over 500 ikat designs that are woven in Uzbekistan. Our patterns are based upon old Central ...read more

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