Here’s Tammis Keefe’s Persians design, deployed in a few different forms. First, a silk scarf (left) and a series of cocktail napkins (right), and below that the cover to a licensed set of playing cards.  She deployed her various model motifs like a shuffled set of playing cards themselves, see more here.

Here’s Tammis Keefe’s Persians design, deployed in a few different forms. First, a silk scarf (left) and a series of cocktail napkins (right), and below that the cover to a licensed set of playing cards.  She deployed her various model motifs like a shuffled set of playing cards themselves, see more here.

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20th-century textile prints and accessories from Europe & the US inspired by Persian painting, Islamic art & by western responses to Middle Eastern culture. Orientalist Threads is the continuation of Vintage Voyager, a blog on vintage clothing and accessories from 2006-2011. This tumblr shows items from my collection and comparable pieces available online.

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