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Kashmir shawl and its Indo-French influence
|Contributions||Antique Collectors" Club.|
|LC Classifications||NK8976.A3 K334 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||347 p. :|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||86200316|
Kashmir was famous for its beautiful woven shawls made of the fine goat’s wool called pashmina, woven in the distinctive double-interlocking tapestry weave style. Hangings, cushion covers, and some articles of clothing were also made in this technique, in which the piece was woven with bobbins or spools, with the weft colors inserted as. Buy a cheap copy of The Kashmir Shawl book by Rosie Thomas. For more than three decades, Rosie Thomas has enthralled readers around the world. Now, in The Kashmir Shawl, her most ambitious book yet, Thomas sweeps through Free shipping over $ Frank Ames’ earlier book, “The Kashmir Shawl and its Indo-French Influence”, first published in and reprinted several times since, has become the standard-of-comparison text, from which other authors could branch off into other areas like Pakistani collections (Rehman & Jafri), or present-day production (Rizvi & Ahmed).
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This book tells the full story of the Kashmir shawl, how it migrated to Europe in the s and how the key pattern of the Kashmir shawl and its Indo-French influence book evolved. With its beginnings under the Mughal emperors in Kashmir, the industry continued under Afghan rule, with an explosion of new designs during the Sikh period, until it fell into decline under the rule of the Dogra : This book tells the full story of the Kashmir shawl, how it migrated to Europe in the s and how the key pattern of the boteh evolved.
With its beginnings under the Mughal emperors in Kashmir, the industry continued under Afghan rule, with an explosion of new designs during the Sikh period, until it fell into decline under the rule of the Dogra Rajahs.
The Kashmir shawl and its Indo-French influence. Frank - Art - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying France fronds goat ground hashia hashia pattern hooked vine ideogram India Jacquard loom Jacquemont Kabul kani shawl kani weaving Kashmir shawl Khatraaz Lahore late 18th century long shawl matan meander.
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Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank Ames; Antique Collectors' Club. Title: The Kashmir Shawl and Its Indo-French Influence Author Name: Frank Ames Categories: Kashmir, Textiles, India, Art & Art History, Edition: First Edition Publisher: New Delhi, India, Timeless Books: ISBN: Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: New Jacket Condition: New Size: x 29 Cm Seller ID: Keywords: Kashmir Shawl Textiles India.
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Customer service is our top priority!. Rosie Thomas’ latest novel, The Kashmir Shawl, is a book I wanted and expected to like very much. The story of a woman who explores the unknown history of her late grandmother with the aid of a precious Kashmir shawl promised to be intriguing, with plenty of exotic locations and interesting characters.4/5.
The shawl's origins in Kashmir, the rich vein Kashmir shawl and its Indo-French influence book patronage it thrived on, its changing ornamental face, its regional variations in Persia and Punjab, its enormous impact on the European imagination, all combine to form a narrative shaped to engage both the.
This book tells the full story of the Kashmir shawl, how it migrated to Europe in the s and how the key pattern of the boteh evolved. With its beginnings under the Mughal emperors in Kashmir, the industry continued under Afghan rule, with an explosion of new designs during the Sikh period, until it fell into decline under the rule of the Dogra by: 9.
Frank Ames is the author of The Kashmir Shawl and It's Indo French Influence ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Woven Masterpieces o Home My Books/5. Wrapped in its folds is a lock of child's hair. Tracing her grandparents' roots back to Kashmir, Mair embarks on a quest that will change her life forever A sweeping multigenerational tale of marriage, isolation, and finding love in a magical place, The Kashmir Shawl is the inimitable Rosie Thomas at her very best.
The Kashmir Shawl and Beyond. Author: Janet Rizvi; Publisher: Marg Publications ISBN: Category: Art Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» CONTENTS Preface and Acknowledgements Maps Introduction A Felicitous Conjunction Part 1 THE FIBRE Chapter 1 Pashm and Other Animal Fibres Toosh and the Tibetan Antelope Chapter 2 Changra and.
An intricately woven shawl is both memento and metaphor in Thomas’ meditative transgenerational tale. In Wales, after the death of her father, Mair finds among his effects a finely crafted multicolored pashmina shawl, which her grandmother Nerys, who died before Mair’s birth, acquired during her days as a Presbyterian missionary in Kashmir.
Title: The Kashmir shawl and its Indo-French influence Author: AMES, Frank ; Publication year: Language: English ; Abstract: The shawl's sudden migration in from Kashmir to Europe spawned important new developments in European design ideas, centring around the motif of the 'buta' or 'boteh', a cone-like form commonly found on printed goods, rugs.
The Kashmir Shawl: And Its Indo-French Influence by Frank Ames and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Some books can be interesting just for the story, but Kashmir Shawl is also interesting because of the historical and geographical contexts.
The descriptions of the places, and the people are clear and although it is not historical fiction, light is thrown on many aspects, such as the fate of Kashmir during and after British rule, and the role /5(K).
Woven Masterpieces of Sikh Heritage: The Stylistic Development of the Kashmir Shawl Under Maharaja Ranjit Singh Starting at $ Kashmir Shawl: And Its Indo-French Influence. The Kashmiris (Kashmiri: کٲشُر لُکھ / कॉशुर लुख) are an ethnic group native to the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, who speak Kashmiri, an Indo-Aryan Dardic language.
The bulk of Kashmiri people predominantly live in the Kashmir Valley –which is the 'actual' Kashmir and does not include India: 6, ()*. The design dates it to c In The Kashmir Shawl and its Indo-French Influence (), Frank Ames divides the decorative repertoire of Sikh long shawls into the ‘classic’ and the ‘modern’.
While early designs confine decoration to narrow pallas (borders), shawls in the ‘modern’ group are patterned across a much larger surface. In this case the entire 10ft 7in.
Based in United Kingdom, aliqureshi has been an eBay member since 18 Dec, Ames, Frank THE KASHMIR SHAWL AND ITS INDO-FRENCH INFLUENCE Hardback BOOK. 05 Feb, Great Book. Are you sure you want to delete this review?5/5. Books Music Art & design Rosie Thomas in the pashmina workshops of Kashmir I have expressed a wish to meet some of the skilled workers who produce Kashmir's fine pashmina shawls, so Rafiq.
From Empress Josephine to One such motif is the Paisley, and its emergence of a deeply set part of Kashmir shawls can be traced as far back as the s. The evolution and contribution of this eternal motif will be explored so that a more complete.
Pashmina shawls have been worn by the royalty and the elites in the region for centuries. Pashmina blankets were also vital additions to a wealthy women's dowry in India, Pakistan and Nepal.
They are a sort of status symbol in these countries. Pashmina crafts were made popular in Kashmir by Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani. Shawl Industry Kashmir has since early times enjoyed a worldwide fame for its beautiful shawls.
Kashmiri shawl developed over last three hundred years, through four different periods of foreign political rule, that is, the Mughals, the Afghans, the Sikhs and the Dogras. Kashmir Shawl by Antique Collectors Club Dist A/C ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Woodbridge, Suffolk, Uk: Antique Collectors Club Dist A/C, August 1, ; ISBN So, this in a nutshell, is how I came to be in the business of textiles and how my research in the shawl developed.
In my first book came out, titled The Kashmir Shawl: And its Indo-French Influence, Antique Collectors’ Club, (UK, reprinted, ). Shawls (general) Ames, Frank, Woven Masterpieces of Sikh Heritage: The Stylistic Development of the Kashmir Shawl -Antique Collector’s Club Art Books.
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aliqureshi has been an eBay member since Frank THE KASHMIR SHAWL AND ITS INDO-FRENCH INFLUENCE Hardback BOOK. Great Book.5/5. Kashmir shawl during the Empire period exceeds that of any country is indicative of the unique status that the French nobility had bestowed on it as an object of fashion.
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Abstract. Last summer, I visited the Textile Museum of Canada to see an exhibit of rare, beautifully woven and embroidered Kashmiri shawls.
The exhibit, titled “Fashionably Wrapped: The Influence of Kashmir Shawls,” was one I entered with some trepidation. 1 I feared that it would be yet another alienating museum experience, full of Asian artifacts behind glass, with Author: Tara Silver.
This kind of shawl is unrivalled for its lightness, warmth and softness." (5) [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] It's possible, of course, that, since Jahangir also talks specifically of Tus (toosh) in relation to the shawls of Kashmir, that it was only this finest of shawl fabrics that came the way of the emperors.
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Abstract Shawls have been a part of Indian textile history since ancient times. But the establishment of the shawl industry in Kashmir is dated to the era of Sultan zain ulabidin (_70 AD) of Kashmir (Pathak, ). KASHMIR SHAWLS. KASHMIR SHAWLS Of the myriad varieties of textiles for which India was famous over much of Europe and Asia from at least the time of the Roman Empire, the Kashmir shawl stands out as the only woollen gh its precise origin is lost in a haze of myth and legend, it is safe to say that it grew out of a unique combination: a superlatively fine fiber plus .The Kashmir Shawl (Victoria and Albert Museum Monograph, no.
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