The Kashmiri Shawl: From Jamavar To Paisley

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The kashmiri shawl is rooted in a complex tradition of craft that dates back at least five hundred years its uniqueness lies in a combination of factors that have made it virtually impossible to duplicate anywhere else the kashmiri shawl is the story of this textile, re-told through a south asian perspective this book re-aligns the design symbolism and technical evolution of the shawl to indigenous sources by placing emphasis on areas previously ignored in earlier histories the shawls origins in kashmir,

Author: Sherry Rehman, Naheed Jafri
ISBN: 9788188204199
Binding: Hardback, 380 Pages
Published Year:
2006
Language:
English

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the rich vein of patronage it thrived on, its changing ornamental face, its regional variations in persia and punjab, its enormous impact on the european imagination, all combine to form a narrative shaped to engage the reader the authors bring fresh clarity to the many myths that have arisen around the kashmiri shawl on the south asian trade circuit they also interpret most of the complexities in the kashmiri shawl lexicon

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Weight 2.93 kg
Dimensions 31.1 × 26.2 × 3.4 cm