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  • This prized stole is made with fabrics taken from the traditional local costume for women: orbace and black and shocking pink finely fashioned velvet on a green background, lined with damask silk decorated with floral motifs.

  • These three decorative panels depict the typical charismatic Sardinian dance, su ballu tundu, rich in archaic rituals and propitiatory meanings, with stylised male and female figures, typical decorative elements of local weaving.

  • This cotton and wool table runner is woven on a handloom, with a balanced composition of floral motifs on a geometric white and black field, featuring thin many-coloured regular stripes.

  • This cushion features stylized peacocks, a reinterpretation of traditional patterns with an innovative and balanced composition.

  • This tapestry, hand-woven by a skilled artisan on a flat loom, is crafted with the traditional a bagas technique, reinterpreting a rich floral motif typical of Mogoro's tradition. Featuring vivid colours on a neutral field, it is embellished with golden metal threads.

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The traditional textile industry offers a remarkable production, resulting from the mediation between history and traditional knowledge and the needs of contemporary living. The craftsmen working on the island – almost all of them pursuing family traditions, having been trained since they were children in the use of hand looms – now offer a very high quality production, full of archaic memories but, at the same time, featuring a modern design, a reinterpretation of the past to give new life to it. Nowadays, the textiles made in Sardinia feature a distinctive Sardinian character, the core element of Sardinian craftsmanship, but they also offer new shapes, models and materials with a strong and modern personality.