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Vintage

Uzbek White Lace/Lime Border Suzani

30 Meeting

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Uzbek White Lace/Lime Border Suzani
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Uzbek White Lace/Lime Border Suzani
Uzbek White Lace/Lime Border Suzani

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1980s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

Uzbekistan

Materials:

silk/cotton

Size:

72" L x 45" W

Color/Finish:

black/white/lime green

Care:

dry-clean only

Why We Love This

Beautiful Uzbek hand-embroidered silk on cotton foundation suzani, lovely lace pattern, lime border.
As described by 30 Meeting

Why We Love This

Beautiful Uzbek hand-embroidered silk on cotton foundation suzani, lovely lace pattern, lime border.

About 30 Meeting

30 Meeting is an online marketplace for textiles collected from Central Asia, East Asia and exotic locations around the world. With a love of history, interior design, world cultures and the womanly arts, owner Deborah Maybank seeks out textiles that tell a story with ancient design motifs and cultural significance. 30 Meeting celebrates the creators of these textiles, pieces that were lived with, loved, and often sold to support families. They are now repurposed to be enjoyed once again.