Daily Art Fix – An Antique Robe with Amli Embroidery

February 04, 2018

Works such as these remind us of the value added simply by the skill of an artist!

The wool and the silk and the scissors could have made a robe that would have commanded a reasonable price.

But the talent & skill of the man or men who added the embroidery make it a priceless work of art!

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Seen in the Victoria & Albert museum

ALSO SEE the wovensouls amli shawl here.

Feb 2018

 

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