Uzbekistan

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Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

This product belongs in the following collections:

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

$555 $245

Infant Ikat Robe I - Accent Framed Textile

Uzbekistan

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The robe is carefully applied to a linen substrate, which provides a border between the textile and frame. This product is offered in three framing options: black and white mouldings in a modern cap, and lucite. A white linen is paired with our wood mouldings, set back with linen-covered spacers; a natural flax linen is paired with the lucite. Our signature gold St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of each piece.

Framed dimensions differ based on the frame option selected.

Lucite: 20.25" W x 15.25" H

Black & White: 21" W x 16" H

Please note that as unique, handmade art, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.

Nineteenth-century Central Asian artisans created woven ikat silks, now an iconic textile print. Ikat weaving originates from Uzbekistan. In this technique, sections of yarn are dyed before the cloth is woven, creating beautiful patterns. Ikat was traditionally used to make robes, as you see here, or alternatively used as wall hangings. Uzbek ikats have historically served as symbols of status, wealth, power, and prestige.