An expression of Uzbek and Uyghur culture
For more than 1,000 years traditional craftsmen have been making Ikat Adras (also named as Adras or Atlas) in Central Asia.
- Between the early nineteenth century and the beginning of the Soviet period, there was an extraordinary flowering of the art of Ikat textile weaving in Central Asia.
- Inspired by the shapes of flowers, leaves and fruits, the people weave beautiful patterns.
- Adras is, as a rule, a mix of silk and cotton, while silk is only used in Atlas.
SiRo makes use of Adras from Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
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