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843-846. Series “Applied art. Suzane (Manual embroidery on a fabric)”.

843-846. Series “Applied art. Suzane (Manual embroidery on a fabric)”.
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843-846. Series “Applied art. Suzane (Manual embroidery on a fabric)”. 843-846. Series “Applied art. Suzane (Manual embroidery on a fabric)”.

On stamps are represented Suzane various cities of Uzbekistan - of Samarkand, Bukhara, Andijan, Pskent beginning ХIX-XX of centuries. Everyone coupling consist of 2 stamps with the coupon. On stamps are represented suzane various cities of Uzbekistan of Samarkand, Bukhara, Andizhan, Pskent. The Uzbek earth always was famous for rich and unique arts and crafts. Today they became pearls of museum expositions and amaze with perfection of the form and furnish a subtlety of manual work and high quality. The general name of traditional Uzbek manual embroidery - kashta, that in translation with Persian is meant by "drawn". So it is called because at first on a fabric put drawings, and then, were guided by their contours, covered a matter with patterns from multi-colored threads. The basic for a wall embroidery the cotton fabric or silk served. Threads used either silk, or woolen. With them covered walls in house rooms, besides, embroidery decorated bed-sheets and coverlets, cloths, clothes, footwear and many other things.

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