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Synonyms for handwoven

made on a handloom


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com, bringing its signature handwoven textiles created by artisan weavers, fine apparel, home furnishings and gifts to online shoppers worldwide.
As a tribute to the palm tree and UAE's cultural crafts, I looked for Emirati craftswomen who were still creating traditional handwoven mats from dry palm leaves and commissioned them to provide me with the pieces.
Domestic demand for the handwoven carpets - whose high quality and rich history made them a sought-after dowry present and secured them a place in Iranian mythology - has also plunged.
Of special mention is their latest A/ W 2013 line with handwoven dresses, trousers, skirts, coats and kurta s in red, pink, gold and brown checks.
THE hunt is on for the last remaining basket to be handwoven using an ancient North Wales technique.
The handwoven sisal beret she used to top off the look was an old favourite from milliners Whiteley.
FAVORITE KITCHEN TOOT I collect handwoven kitchen linens (from $80; vavaveve.
Dune handwoven daybed/ottoman from Barlow Tyrie collection (W189cm)pounds 2,740 (www.
The deputy of the IRI's union for producers and exporters of handwoven persian carpet announced that the way is now paved for the persian carpet to be presented in Chinese market.
The bedding, in pure handwoven silk comes in a range different patterns, is hypo-allergenic and has innate resistance to dust-mites, mould, funguses and mildew.
5 billion and the priceless handwoven images of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai; and Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai; in 187 colours have made this year's carpet exhibition of the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) unique.
Tara Gandhi also presented a handwoven shawl to the visiting German.
She uses traditional artisans in Ethiopia to make handwoven shawls with ethnic patterns and designs, and as one of the first fair trade companies in the country, her workers are well looked-after.
First gaining recognition in Mexico City around the turn of the millennium and currently working there and in Brussels, Kuri is best known for a series begun in 2003 for which he had supermarket receipts handwoven by artisans from Guadalajara, combining the incidental and throwaway with the meticulously handcrafted.
FOR CONSUMERS WHO ARE LOOKING FOR RUGS MADE of natural fibers, AMS Imports has released the Cut Lennon collection, which is handwoven in India of 100 percent linen.