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    • Sash (obi) with drums and flutes

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    • White satin silk damask fukuro obi designed with embroidery of black, gold, green, shades of orange-red, and silver threads depicting hand drums and flutes with flowers and flowing long cord tassels on dyed orange oval circle. Thunder pattern...
    • Bhutanese man's silk robe (Gho)

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    • A late 19th / early 20th century Bhutanese man's robe known as a 'Go' or 'Gho'. The red and yellow striped cloth is known as menzimatra. The stripes can often vary in width and the material is usually cotton or Bhutanese raw silk known as bura. It...
    • Chinese woman's costume of coat, pants and shoes.

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    • Costume of jacket, pants and shoes from the Miao minority group of China. Jacket is made of lavender silk with black silk and green ribbon trim around the neckline, diagonally down the bodice from neckline to underneath the sleeve and around the...
    • Ikat shoulder scarf (Hinggi)

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    • Ikat shoulder shawl: hand-woven with a design in the tradition of the island of Sumba. Design includes stylized men, animals, and plants woven in dark brown, tan, orange and blue. A Hinggi is identified as a shoulder cloth, though in some instances...
    • Sarong: Songket Batubara

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    • Sarong is hand-woven, orange color cloth with gold thread brocade. Songket cloth is a hand woven brocade intricately patterned with gold threads. It is produced in small cottage industries in Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei and is frequently worn...
    • Mandala: The Buddha Vairocana

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    • Figure depicted in inner circle of thangka with four additional figures in small circles attached to the outside edge of inner circle. Multiple Buddhist images are shown throughout the thangka in blue, green, red, white and black. A fine line...
    • Scarf (Jusi)

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    • A sheer fabric with an abstract botanical design woven in heavier yarn. Possibly made from the maguey plant fibers. Filaments would have been carefully stripped from the large plant leaves and woven into this delicate scarf.
    • Thangka: Paradise of Sukhavati

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    • Painted thangka of Paradise of Sukhavati in white, yellow, gold, rose, pink, orange and shades of blue and green. All three borders are tapesty. The first has a background of red with blue and black woven designs. The second has a gold background...
    • Shawl

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    • Hand woven and embroidered wool shawl with alternating horizontal bands of multi-colored stripes and a variety of geometrical patterns in multi-colors. Large woven bands alternate in white or orange grounds. Each band is unique and decorated with...
    • Silver circular box with cover and silk pouch

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    • This container was probably made for tea powder caddy for the tea ceremony; it is too deep for kogo; its pouch is typical type used for 'natsume' tea caddy. The container is designed with incised wisteria on top of cover. Marked on the base...
    • Persian Kashan Rug

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    • Pile carpet: Kashan. Ivory cotton warp and light blue cotton weft. Wool pile with asymetric knots. . Made in rose, brick, dark red, light blue, medium blue, navy, ivory pale green, orange, olive and tan. Center medallion with large pendants on...
    • Bag with strap (Khezi)

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    • Bhutanese textile: a traditional hand-woven yak wool bag used by the yak herders. The hand woven bag with natural dyed yak wool with flap with fringe and strap, in colors of black, brown, gray, red and white.
    • Scarf (Rachu)

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    • Bhutanese scarf for carrying an infant. Woven red ground with embroidered designs: yellow diamond motif in central part; ends have horizontal stripes including one large field of multi colored diamond-in-diamond design. Designs on both ends mirror...
    • Thangka of Avalokitesvara

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    • Painting on canvas. A central, standing figure of eleven-headed Avalokitesvara with eight arms. Seven attending, seated deities. The five deities above the standing figure are of the five seated primordial Buddhas. A rustic type thangka mounted on...
    • Black silk robe (Haori)

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    • Man's silk robe (haori), black with five crests woven into fabric. Crests appear on each front shoulder, on the back of both sleeves and directly under the collar on the back. Garment is partially lined with a water scene woven in silk. A small...
    • Silk panel depicting dragon

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    • A five clawed Imperial dragon flies among the clouds and above the swirling water in this woven design. The dragon has been created from metallic thread couched to the fabric. The partial design depicted on the far left side of the panel indicate...
    • Stoneware pot

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    • Pot in round form and with bottom, high and wide neck designed with bands of approximately six etched wavy sharp lines between heavy caraved straight lines on the neck, shoulder and body. There are some traces of woven basketry pattern at the lower...

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