And we thought ornaments were only for people? Traditional Animal Adornments – 2

March 13, 2016

 

Link to PART I

And the journey continues….

 

Part II

These are adornments filled with love for the animal.

For why else would one create such artworks for them? In modern Japan they have stores with an unimaginable variety of pet clothes…. but that concept has been practiced for years in western India. Handmade with love ….

The format is unusual and interesting in all. But some are also gorgeous textiles!

 

IMG_0156 IMG_0157 IMG_0160 IMG_0240a  Old Embroidery Textile Decor for Bullock Farm animal Old Embroidery Textile Decor for Bullock Farm animal

More to follow soon…

 

 

Match 2016

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