Uzbek Craft

Coveted by decorators, good-quality suzanis—lavish silk-embroidered tapestries from Central Asia—are hard to find in the States (and often prohibitive). But now you can order direct from the source: This Uzbekistan-based exporter sells a bounty of the intricate handstitched swaths and has turned them into blankets and pillows. In the spirit of wanting to create a souk-like shopping experience, it even encourages bargaining—and shipping takes a mere 10 days.
uzbek-craft.com

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