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Yak Horn textile adornments, Sikkim

March 20, 2011 1 min read


Yaks must be much loved creatures since their owners – the Dokpas – who adorn them so fashionably!

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The behavior of yaks is best described in Heinrich Harrer’s book ‘Seven Years in Tibet’….

Some antique yak wook textiles are available in the Tibet Gallery of Wovensouls …click here to visit the page.

jm

march 2011

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