A silk jajim cushion

wonderful fragments of vintage 19th and early 20th century silk Jajim fabric.  Textile dealers often rave about their 100% wool collections of Persian Jajim, with brightly striped colours. However, these fragments of silk Jajim were actually from Azerbaijan and because they are so fine, the colours are more vivid and interesting than their Persian counterparts.  Andrew’s research revealed that Azerbajan had in fact been at the centre of Middle Eastern and European trade in silk for some time, especially serving the Russian Empire in the late 19th century.

A selection of plain woven silks, ready to combine with the vintage silk fragments,  to produce the Jaijim cushion collection.

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