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Daily Art Fix – An Antique Robe with Amli Embroidery

February 04, 2018 1 min read

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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