Arastan at Good Earth in Mumbai: 4-13 March 2013

Kazak Polychromatic Latch Hook Carpet

Kazak Latch Hook Carpet

Good EarthWe’re delighted to be returning to Mumbai to feature the best of artistic traditions from the Silk Route, this time at Good Earth’s flagship store at Raghuvanshi Mills, Lower Parel, for 10 days from from Monday 4 to Wednesday 13 March.

The caravan of treasures includes carpets from across the Caucasian region and from Kurdistan, embroidered glassware from Azerbaijan and a new collection of our popular blue ceramic and silk ikat from Uzbekistan, as well as our one-of-a-kind tribal cushions and ottomans.

Rugs include some much sought after collector’s pieces such as those from Shirvan and Quba in the Caucasus, plus Gabbehs and other tribal Persian carpets, and remarkable new Daizangi kilims from Afghanistan. More Uzbek ceramic includes smaller platters and plates, and we have an entirely new collection of  silk cushions made with authentic fabrics including Uzbek ikat and Moroccan sabra silk.

This coincides with a series of events planned as part of India Design Week, a precursor to the India Design Forum. Do pop into see us at Good Earth!

Good Earth
Raghuvanshi Mansion
Raghuvanshi Mills Compound
Senapati Bapat Marg
Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013

Monday 4 – Wednesday 13 March 2013

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  1. merrill
    Posted 10 March 2013 at 03:20 | Permalink

    when you quote prices could give them in euros or US dollars?

    • Mike
      Posted 10 March 2013 at 09:34 | Permalink

      Hi Merrill

      For any products that are on the website you can click the appropriate currency symbol near the top to convert prices. In emails about this exhibition we have quoted prices in rupees since it is an exhibition in India and it would be cumbersome to quote all currencies. However we’ll try to ensure that we use the best currency for the particular people we are communicating with in future.

      — Mike —

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