Thanks, @Any Jewelry - great reference!
I think this is a Japanese Fukasa which is a textile used as either a gift wrapping or more likely, in a tea ceremony. Lovely piece....maybe 1920’s?
Nice rug. Could have been made elsewhere but it looks to have been done in the style of a Sarouk Ferahan.
Bulgarian/Balkans, I'd say.
I agree with @Ownedbybear, looks Chinese to me though I'll always defer to the clever potties on this site. Footrim is quite deep, too.
Publishing date is below the map of Canaan and looks like 1823? Can't read the name of the engraver but you could google him, as well.
They're all machine made, with the last three of mediocre or low quality. The first one was done on an electronic Jacquard (in existence since...
It's an area in France which was a big centre for pottery. Not my area of expertise but it seemed worth sharing.
Red is a bad one but good textiles were often colourfasted with salt and vinegar. Works like a charm!
Ok, must be a higher quality coverlet. They were traditionally woven in a combination of wool and cotton (one for weft, one for warp). Washing...
Looks like a later spin off (yours is defo 20thC), of a Jacquard coverlet which were all the rage in post Industrial 19thC America. They're made...
Could it be a Caen potter?
The treatment of the bouquet looks Western but I'm fairly positive this is Asian (Chinese or Japanese) Kesi Kossu woven.
Hard to tell by your photos but I think this wrap is Indian or Persian. It’s a brocade and the silk core of the threads would be wrapped in gold....
Lol, your secret’s safe with me ;)
Hi there. This is tapestry woven and I’d hazard a guess at late 20thC and possibly Japanese?
He's apparently made of bronze though I have yet to pick him up.
That's fantastic, @2manybooks, thanks for sharing. Haven't found much about your...
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