Imperial yellow Canton coverlet; China, 19th century. Collection of Marcus Voigt; HALI Fair Online 2022.
Cabana Editor-in-Chief Martina Mondadori selects five outstanding textiles from the HALI Fair Online
Running from 20-30 May 2022, the HALI Fair Online showcases extraordinary antique rugs and textiles from around the globe, from the collections of more than 20 carefully selected specialist dealers. You'll discover kilims, Moroccan rugs and North African textiles, knotted carpets, costumes and textiles from Africa, Asia, South America and Europe, as well as artefacts from Persia, Anatolia and the Caucasus. Here, Martina Mondadori chooses her favorite five textiles from this exceptional collection, which can be viewed online until Monday 30 May.
HALI is the world’s leading magazine on antique rugs and textiles and a regular contributor to Cabana. Read HALI articles on the history of textiles, including Ikat, Banjara and Kuba Cloth, in our Colors & Patterns section.
Rasht embroidery, Province of Gilan, Iran, c. 1900; Qajar Dynasty (1794-1925). Collection of David Sorgato; HALI Fair Online 2022.