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Rasuljon Mirzaahmedov's ikat workshop in Margilan.

Feather Silk Ikat Scarf

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Destination: Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Silk ikat is an ethereal textile, which may be one reason its makers are called abr-band, or “cloud-tiers.” This scarf was purchased from a man named Rasuljon Mirzaahmedov, a ninth generation ikat-maker (or shall we say “cloud-tier”?) from the silk—mecca of Margilan. Rasuljon, who runs a workshop in a converted 19th century madrasah, also works with women from the surrounding villages. His ikat has been used in the collections of top international designers and constitutes some of the most beautiful examples of the art.


Situated in Eastern Uzbekistan’s Fergana Valley, Margilan has long been synonymous with silk, which has been produced there at least since the 9th century, when the city was an important stop on the Silk Road. Uzbe... Read More

Details and Dimensions

5.8 x 1.6 ft

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