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Take a look at the newest items in our extensive collection of museum-quality antiques and collectibles. Explore our antique textiles like wall hangings, bedspreads and runners, tie-dyes and batiks from Southeast Asia, Chinese brocades and needlepoint, suzanis from Central Asia and an extensive collection of Indian textiles. Sarajo's collection of antique dress includes Chinese Imperial Court robes, Japanese kimonos, Middle Eastern kaftans, Central Asian coats and many other rare finds.

We comb the earth in search of museum-quality Buddhas, Indian reverse glass paintings, Maharaja portraits, mythical Hindu wood-carved figures, Moroccan ceramic jugs and architectural elements such as columns and doors from India. Among the items you will find in Sarajo's selection of antique jewelry are Balinese and Guatemalan earrings, silver Indian bracelets and anklets, Iranian and Tibetan bracelets, necklaces from Africa and Central Asia, belts from Indonesia, Afghani rings and much more.

We carry a carefully selected collection of Islamic inlay and marquetry chests and tables, lacquered and gilt cabinets from Southeast Asia, as well as Chinese and Indian canopy beds.
Highlights

read more › Established by Yosi Barzilai in SoHo in 1989, Sarajo is a destination for those in search of exquisite antique textiles and ethnographica. Culled from the four corners of the earth, the gallery showcases an assortment of over 1,500 one-of-a-kind items. Over the course of nearly three decades, Sarajo has established itself as a treasured source for designers, collectors and museums. In the mid-2000s, Sarajo relocated to Portland, Maine. It was while living in Portland that Barzilai realized a passion for antique textiles and began immersing himself in study and research.

read more › Ikat and batik textiles loom large in popular American and European imagination, but the textile forms associated with these techniques are hardly the only fabrics made in Indonesia. Just as technically impressive, though aesthetically and functionally different, the textile traditions of Minangkabau weavers in Western Sumatra deserve similar acclaim. In an effort to bring greater attention to the historic and contemporary weaving traditions of the Minangkabau, we here at Sarajo have decided to put together an online and physical exhibition of the 19th and 20th century Minangkabau textiles in our collection.

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