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A 19th-century Uzbek silk embroidered surcoat once owned by Jeptha H. Wade II is one of the focal pieces in the inaugural exhibition of the Cleveland Museum of Art's North Wing textile gallery.

A Uzbek silk embroidered surcoat once owned by Jeptha H. Wade II, one of the focal pieces in the inaugural exhibition of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s North Wing textile gallery.

Uzbek Woman’s robe, uzbek IKAT. Samarkand, second half of the 19th century. Adras semi-silk fabric. 130x168 cm, fabric width 40 cm. Catalog - IKATS from Turkestan, Tair F. Tairov collection.

Uzbek Woman’s robe, uzbek IKAT. Samarkand, second half of the century. Catalog - IKATS from Turkestan, Tair F.

Uzbek silk embroidery suzani "Joinamoz" ( prayer rug), 57” x 84” beginning of the 20th century.

Uzbek silk embroidery suzani "Joinamoz" (prayer rug), beginning of the century.

Excellent example of Antique Turkoman / Turkmen Ersari tribe silk embroidered bag dating to late 19th century.

A Excellent example of Antique Turkoman / Turkmen Ersari tribe silk embroidered bag dating to late century. Out of most central Asian silk bags, the Ersari types are some of the .

embroideress of suzani textile, silk embroidery with natural dyes, uzbek tribal art, Uzbekistan

embroideress of suzani textile, silk embroidery with natural dyes, uzbek tribal art, Uzbekistan

detail from a silk cover with metallic-wrapped threads. Believed to be 18th century North Indian. Collection of The Textile Museum and included in The Sultan's Garden: The Blossoming of Ottoman Art.

detail from a silk cover with metallic-wrapped threads. Believed to be century North Indian. Collection of The Textile Museum and included in The Sultan's Garden: The Blossoming of Ottoman Art.

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