Updated on: 25th Mar 2020
Origin: Uzbekistan
Set of: 6

Ikat

Ikat SourceTillman

Ikat dyed silk warp, undyed cotton weft H: 227.8 W: 148.0 cm Uzbekistan Gift of Guido Goldman, S2006.10 Date: mid 19th century

Ikat Uzbekistan, Bukhara, 1875 - 1900. Cleveland Museum of Art

Ikat Uzbekistan, Bukhara, 1875 - 1900. Cleveland Museum of Art SourceMadreiling

Length of silk velvet ikat. Date: 1875. Cleveland Museum of Art

Robe (chapan) from Uzbekistan, 20th century

Robe (chapan) from Uzbekistan, 20th century SourceHiart

Robe (chapan) from Uzbekistan, 20th century, silk, cotton, plain weave, warp ikat, quilted, printed lining, Honolulu Museum of Art

Woman's Robe (munisak)

Woman's Robe (munisak) Source

Uzbekistan, possibly Bukhara, circa 1875 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk and cotton resist-dyed warp (Ikat) with silk embroidery; printed cotton lining Costume Council Fund (M.76.43.2). Date: circa 1875. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Boy's robe

Boy's robe Source

Uzbekistan, Bukhara, 1860-1880 Costumes; outerwear Silk resist-dyed warp (Ikat); silk tablet-woven ties Gift of Mrs. Eleanore Paris (M.77.88). Date: between 1860 and 1880. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Wall hanging. cleveland museum of art

Wall hanging. cleveland museum of art SourceMadreiling

Wall hanging. cleveland museum of art

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