The Asia House Fair

By Cornucopia | April 17, 2012


Cornucopia is pleased to announce our participation at the Asia House Fair in London from April 27 to 29. The fair coincides with London's Islamic World Sales and features textiles, antiques and jewellery from all over Asia. It should be an unmissable addition to the week! We hope all our subscribers in London will be able to join us for a glass of wine at the private view on Thursday April 26 from 5 to 9pm.

The main contributors, by country:

Afghanistan
TURQUOISE MOUNTAIN
Wood carving, jewellery and calligraphy
Pakistan
POLLY & ME
Luxury, hand-embroidered leather handbags, clutches and purses made in Chitral
Bangladesh
SOPHIE PATTINSON
Hand-embroidered bedcovers, cushions and throws
India
BONITA AHUJA
Luxurious one-off textiles for fashion and interiors
NIGEL ATKINSON
Design-led handmade textiles from artisans of West Bengal and Assam
MANDY BARBER
Quilted silk jackets, hand-embroidered bed linen, antique sari shawls
CONSCIOUS FOOD
Indian fair-trade organic snacks
EMMA CHAPMAN JEWELS
Designer gemstone jewellery hand-crafted in India
ANTONIA GRAHAM
Jewellery and jackets from Rajasthan; decorative home furnishings from India, Kashmir, Thailand and Vietnam
JOSS GRAHAM
Antique and contemporary Asian textiles, costume and jewellery from India and Central Asia
KATHERINE KHADI
Handmade clothes and silk shawls from India; India-inspired artworks
MEMSAHIB
Classical jackets hand-embroidered by skilled artisans from Kashmir
EMILY SHOEHORN
Handbags designed and made in India with charm and fine craftsmanship, accented with glamour.
SWEETLIME
Silver, semi-precious gemstones, fabric, unusual keepsakes and vintage gems from India and Bali
Cambodia
CHILDREN OF THE MEKONG
Hand-woven silk scarves for men, women, and children
Indonesia
RON SIMPSON
Traditional tribal textiles; costume and jewellery; bags and baskets from South West China,
Indonesia and Thailand
RICHARD SAVAGE
Hand-dyed, hand-woven cloth and associated artefacts from the outer islands of Indonesia
Japan
MARY DEEMING
Traditional Japanese woodblock prints and textiles
FUJI KIMONO
Vintage kimonos, antique Japanese costumes and textiles
China
CHANGS
Indigo textiles from Yunnan, Guizhou and Zhejiang, China also Northern Thailand and Laos
Central Asia
TREASURES FROM THE SILK ROAD
Antique textiles, silk and velvet robes, kelim rugs, cushions, bags and slippers from Central Asia and Turkey
Iran
JANET RADY FINE ART
Contemporary Iranian artists

Cornucopia will be there too, along with our good friends at Eland Books, HALI, Asian Art Newspaper and Steppe magazine

 

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