Pakistan: Department of Culture and Tourism, Government of Sindh, 1990. First Printing. Hardcover. G+ (Ex-art library, with bookplate and labels and label remnants and few interior marks; dj diecut was once torn and has been repaired with tape from beneaht; dj and pages are tanning lightly; dj states the presence of 164 transparencies and we count only two.). Blue cloth, with rectangular diecut and red-patterned decoration; white dust jacket with matching diecut; 177 pp., color & BW illus. Presents the people and the patterns they use to create Ajrak, block-printed fabrics, in Sindh, Pakistan. Includes details of the dyeing process with natural indigo, as well as profiles of individual craftspeople, a glossary and bibliography.
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