Esther Fitzgerald
Rare Textiles

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handles textiles of exceptional merit, from all cultures, covering a time span of 2000 years and has done so for the past three decades. We have been fortunate to place textiles, and collections of textiles, in major museums and institutions throughout the world.

However, a great passion of the company is to seduce new collectors, hence offering affordable tempters. The priority in selection is always visual, supported at all levels by thorough research.


The company services include: Valuation, Conservation, Research and Photography. We have added a short glossary to the website and also a brief list of books. We consider these books useful but also a good read, no manuals for knot counters.

Apologies again for being slow to update the site, but please feel free to contact us, many things don't make it to the site. We are also very happy to search things out for you.

Very best wishes.
Esther
   
   
 
New catalogue was published 29th September 2009
 
Seed and Spirit of Modernism - An exploration through Abstract Asian textiles
 
 
The New catalogue " Abstract Asian Textiles" the second volume of " Seed and Spirit of Modernism" was published on 29th September 2009. The first volume having been a great success both in book sales and as academic research.

The new catalogue illustrates Abstract Asian Textiles, linking colour theory with esoteric developments at the latter end of the 19th century and first quarter of 20th century. Exploring the large influence Asian philosophies had on Modernist thought.

Available from us, Amazon, Waterstones etc. ISBN No.978-09557625-1-2.

Our launch was at the Livingstone Studio on 29th September 2009. In the esoteric writings of Annie Besant our catalogue cover has similarities to the thought form "definite affection". So it is with definite affection we wish you well.
   
   
 
Previous catalogue was published (November 2007). See News Page.
 
Seed and Spirit of Modernism - An exploration through textiles