Original woodblock print by Clifton Karhu (1927 - 2007) titled “To” depicting a head of a tiger. The print is pencil-signed, titled, dated 71 and numbered 13/100 at the bottom of the circular image. Printed on very thin paper. Condition: fine impression and color, slightly creased. Dimension: 30.7 cm x 32 cm.
An exceptionally designed Khaden seating or sleeping mat made of wool in knotted pile. Centrally a double vajra medallion amidst blossoms and tendrils. Bordered with a red fabric band. Condition: small area with missing pile (0.5 cm x 2 cm). Dimension: 154 cm x 79 cm.
Cotton ceremonial cloth woven in two parts and sewn together lengthways. Brick red ground with a powerful design in cream, brown and green executed in warp ikat. Condition: clean, good. Dimension: 196 cm x 100.5 cm.
The basic fabric is a muslin-like plain weave. The ends embroidered in pastel colored silk and metal wrapped thread. The decoration is identical on both surfaces. Condition: little patina, one stain, few loose threads. Dimension: 80 cm x 42 cm.
The basic fabric is a striped linen weave. The ends embroidered in vibrant colored yarn and decorated with folded metal. The decoration is identical on both surfaces. Condition: little patina. Dimension: 128 cm x 36 cm.