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by Patricia Naenna

Author: Patricia Naenna
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Hawaii Pr; First Edition edition (July 1, 1992)
Pages: 48 pages
Category: Politics
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Home Naenna, Patricia Costume and Culture: Vanishing Textiles of Some of the Tai. Bibliographic Details Publisher: Studio Naenna, Chiang Mai. Publication Date: 1990. Over 3,000 titles on Oriental Rugs Ethnographic Textiles and the peoples who wove them. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: All books returnable if improperly described. Dennis and Wesley Marquand PO Box 7 Kernville, CA 93238 USA 310-415-5666 rugbooksooks.

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vanishing textiles of some of the Tai groups in Laos . Published 1990 by Studio Naenna Co. in Chiang Mai, Thailand Places. 1st ed. by Patricia Naenna. in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Costume, Tai (Southeast Asian people), Textile fabrics.

19 For a description and analysis of the procession that was organised during the promotion of Visit Laos Year 1999–2000, see Pholsena, Vatthana, Post-war Laos: Th.

Bounyavong, Douangdeuane and Nanthavongdouangsy, Viengkham (Khon Kaen: The Group for Promotion of Art and Textiles, 2001); Cheesman, Patricia, Lao textiles: Ancient symbols/living art (Bangkok: White Lotus C. 1988); Cheesman, Patricia, Lao-Tai textiles: The textiles of Xam Nuea and Muang Phuan (Chiang Mai: Studio Naenna Co. Lt. 2004); Naenna, Patricia, Costume and culture: Vanishing textiles o. 19 For a description and analysis of the procession that was organised during the promotion of Visit Laos Year 1999–2000, see Pholsena, Vatthana, Post-war Laos: The politics of culture, history and identity (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006), pp. 46–76.

Costume and Culture: Vanishing Textiles of Some of the Tai Groups in Lao . Patricia Cheesmann Naenna. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1990. 44 pages, 128 color photos. This small volume surveys costumes from Haou Phan province and Xiang Khouang province; it also discusses the influences of court textiles. The same material is covered in much more detail in the author's book above, Lao - Tai Textiles: The Textiles of Xam Nuea and Muang Phuan. Lan Na Textiles: Yuan Lue Lao. Songsak Prangwathanakim and Patricia Cheesman. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1987

This Tai group is unique in that a significant minority are Muslim, under . The following images are from Laos. Some examples of Tai Daeng weaving are spectacular

This Tai group is unique in that a significant minority are Muslim, under influence of the Malay which live to their south. วน Also called Tai Phuan or Lao Phuan, this is the first of what might be called the tribal peoples of this group. Some examples of Tai Daeng weaving are spectacular. This concludes part 1. In part 2 I will cover the rest of the major Southwestern Tai Peoples. Thank you for reading, I hope that you have found this to be interesting and informative.

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Source Material: Queen Sirikit of Thailand, 'Satree Thai; Costumes of Ancient Thai Ladies', Bangkok, Susan Conway, 'Thai Textiles', London, 1992, Susan Conway, 'Silken Threads Lacquer Thrones; Lan Na Court Textiles', Bangkok, 2002 Gittinger & Lefferts, 'Textiles and the Tai Experience in Southeast Asia', Washington, .

Patricia Cheesman Naenna, Costume and culture. Vanishing textiles of some of the Tai groups in Laos . Chiang Mai: Studio Naenna, 1990). George Cœdès, The Vajirañāna National Library of Siam (Bangkok: Bangkok Times Press, 1924). Susan Conway, Thai textiles (London: British Museum, 1992). With some delay but very relieved the group opened the first session with a presentation by Marije Plomp, entitled War, Love and Paintings; The Correspondence Between Emiria Sunassa and Willem Pijper (1940-1963). Emiria Sunassa was one of Indonesia’s first modern women painters.