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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
1 to 36 of 1,774
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Han-haba obi
Japanese
19th century
92.53
Official's ceremonial robe
Tibetan
ca. 1900
72.43
Kimono
Japanese
20th century
92.56
Work coat (happi)
Japanese
ca. 1900
92.57
Panel-parrot on a rose spray repeat
Persian
17th century
42.13
Cloth
Uknown artist
late 20th century
81.17.308.1
Panel:  velvet with voided design
Turkish
16th century
42.14
Cloth
Uknown artist
81.17.308.2
Portion from a Madonna mantle
French
mid 18th century
72.36
Length of a brocaded satin
French
late 17th - early 18th century
72.37
Panel
Spanish
second half 16th century
72.38
Kaross (skin cloak)
South African
prior to 1892
97.53
Furoshiki
Japanese
19th century
92.13
Shawl
Indian
ca. 1870
92.20
Sarong
Indonesian
92.22
Sarong
Indonesian
92.23
Kalambi
Iban
92.24
Sarong (kain kapala)
Javanese
19th century
37.35
Imperial banderole
Chinese
19th century
33.160.1
Portion of an Emperor's p'u-fu jacket
Chinese
ca. 1850-1875
72.58
Lace Cape
French
19th century
62.52
Imperial banderole
Chinese
19th century
33.160.2
Sampler
Sarah Kent
1799
72.69
Persian Needlework
Persian
18th century
47.72
Brocaded hanging
Italian (Genoa)
late 17th century
47.73
Altar frontal
Spanish
17th century
57.42
Long mat
New Guinea
77.58
Man's kimono
Japanese
20th century
SC81.15
Cloth
Uknown artist
81.17.310.1
Cloth
Uknown artist
81.17.310.2
Cloth
Uknown artist
99.56.1
Mat
Kuba
2001.245
Mat
Kuba
2001.246
Mat
Kuba
2001.247
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