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News — Indian Textiles

Brighten up the dark winter nights with our vibrant new bedspreads

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Brighten up the dark winter nights with our vibrant new bedspreads

Individually fascinating squares of printed art silks have been skilfully combined to create these Indian Bedspreads with dynamic and harmonious colour palettes.

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Peacocks at the Silk Road - Curtains, Paintings & a Brooch

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Peacocks at the Silk Road - Curtains, Paintings & a Brooch

Peacocks as a motif decorating textiles, furniture and jewellery - a wonderful image that suggests exuberant beauty, seduction, heat and a lazy indolence.

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Close Up on Indian Furniture - Low Wooden Tables

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Close Up on Indian Furniture - Low Wooden Tables

A close up look at some of our low wooden Indian tables. Delightful in their own right they also make great small tables for vases and ornaments.

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Tied up in Knots - the Bandhani Textiles of Gujarat

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Tied up in Knots - the Bandhani Textiles of Gujarat

Bandhani is an intricate technique that produces spectacular textiles characterised by patterns of different coloured or undyed dots.  In Gujarat I find the simple answer to a question that's puzzled me for years.

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My Favourite Things - Appliqued Bedspreads from Barmer

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My Favourite Things - Appliqued Bedspreads from Barmer

Our beautiful Appliquéd Bedspreads from Barmer are made by a process of reverse appliqué, a technique where one of two layers of fabric is cut away to produce a pattern, and embroidery added to the exposed under-layer.

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