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African & Asian Costume & Textiles
Africa

Silk embroidery, Moroccan (Fez), early/mid-20th century   Assaba (woman's headcloth), Southern Tunisian (Dahar Mountains), first half 20th century   Cloak clasps, Algerian (Kabylie), 19th century  
Silk embroidery
Moroccan (Fez), early/mid-20th c.
  Assaba (woman's headcloth)
Southern Tunisian (Dahar Mountains), first half 20th c.
  Cloak clasps
Algerian (Kabylie), 19th c.
   
Asia

Furoshiki (wrapping cloth), Japanese, first half 20th century   Lawon (woman's shoulder cloth), Indonesian (Palembang, Sumatra), 19th century   Luntaya-acheiq, silk panel, Burmese (Myanmar), late 19th century   Banarasi sari, Indian (probably Varanasi), late 19th/early 20th century
Furoshiki (wrapping cloth)
Japanese, first half 20th c.
  Lawon (woman's shoulder cloth), Indonesian (Palembang, Sumatra), 19th c.   Luntaya-acheiq silk panel
Burmese (Myanmar), late 19th c.
  Banarasi sari
Indian (probably Varanasi),
late 19th/early 20th c.
 
Batik sarong, Indonesian (Pekalongan), early 20th century   Kinran (silk and gold brocade), Japanese, ca. 1700   <em>Silk embroidery on indigo-dyed cotton, Chinese minority (Miao), mid-20th century  
Batik sarong, Indonesian (Pekalongan), early 20th c. Kinran (silk and gold brocade), Japanese, ca. 1700 Silk embroidery on indigo-dyed cotton, Chinese minority (Miao), mid-20th century

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