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Permission is granted to reproduce these images solely in connection with a review or editorial commentary on the Woven Luxuries: Indian, Persian, and Turkish Velvets from the Indictor Collection at the Asian Art Museum Mar 13, —Nov. 1, 2015. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder and/or museum.
  • Textile fragment, 1625–1675. India, Mughal period (1526–1858). Cut and voided velvet with supplementary weft patterning, silk and metal-wrapped thread. Courtesy of Rina & Norman Indictor.
  • Tent fragment, 1600–1700. Velvet. Image © Rina & Norman Indictor 2014 photos by Sheldon Collins.
  • Carpet border fragments, 1600–1700. Probably India, Mughal period (1526–1858). Cut velvet with tablet woven edge; silk. Courtesy of Rina & Norman Indictor.
  • Wall hanging or tent panel, 1600–1700. India, Mughal period (1526–1858). Cut and voided velvet with supplementary weft patterning, added borders and corner piece; silk and metal-wrapped thread. Courtesy of Rina & Norman Indictor.
  • Carpet, 1550–1625. Iran, Safavid period (1501–1722). Cut and voided velvet with supplementary weft patterning and added borders and corner pieces; silk and metal-wrapped thread. Courtesy of Rina & Norman Indictor.
  • Textile, 1500–1600. Turkey, Ottoman period (approx. 1299–1923). Cut and voided velvet with supplementary weft patterning; silk and metal-wrapped thread. Courtesy of Rina & Norman Indictor.
  • Carpet fragment, 1500–1600. Iran, Safavid period (1501–1722). Cut and voided velvet with supplementary weft patterning and looped threads; silk and metal-wrapped thread. Courtesy of Rina & Norman Indictor.