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Provenienta Italia. Masuri: lungime -latime - Dimensiuni mari. Despre: "Tulle-bi-telli, also known as Assuit or 'Assiut after Assuit where it is made, is a textile marrying cotton or linen mesh with small strips of metal. The fabric is not documented prior to the 19th century, though similar textiles existed in the Middle East in earlier times.
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Other spellings include assuite, asyut, assyut, asyute, and azute. The name translates roughly as "net with metal".
Assuit has great lateral elasticity, thanks to its openwork mesh. It is heavy, and retains heat, but is favoured for its ability to drape.
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Production The base material is bobbinet, which is a machine-made fabric made of cotton or, in older pieces, linen. The embroidery is applied by hand. Thin strips of alloy are threaded onto a flat, wide needle with a flat, wide eye. Alloy is used because pure silver would blacken with age and would be impossible to dating clapete de broșă de vintage, and gold would be too costly.
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The strips are threaded into the mesh, criss-crossed, flattened with the fingernails, and cut. The fabric is then stamped down, and when the designs are finished, the fabric is passed through a roller to flatten the metal even more.
History Historically, metal thread embroidery has been used extensively throughout the Middle East, Asia, and parts of Europe. References are made to its use with Egyptian linen in the Bible. The hand-made net is of intricate design; each net composed of some individual fibers. The dye techniques used were equally sophisticated; metallic salts to improve the fastness of dyes has been found in textiles in tombs dating from before BC.
These early embroideries were done with the application of precious metals, especially gold.
The pure metal was beaten into thin plates, divided into small slips which were rounded by a hammer, and then filed to form wire. Few remains of ancient wire work have been found.
In the late 19th century, Orientalism was very popular and tourism to the Middle East grew. Merchants in the town of Asyut began making shawls by using Turkish metal embroidery on leftover mosquito nets, perhaps in imitation of these ancient fabrics. Locally called tulle bitalli "plated" or "coated"it was named "Assuit" after the city in which it was sold.
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As it dating clapete de broșă de vintage more popular, bobbinet material was used, but it continued and still continues to be hand-embroidered. Uses Assuit has been used in Hollywood productions such as the lost Cecil B.
DeMille opus Cleopatra. It was draped on Hedy Lamarr in Samson and Delilah. It is used extensively for dresses in old Egyptian musicals. It was also worn draped over the head, as wraps, and as wedding gowns. It can also be used for decoration: Piano shawls were extremely popular, and specimens can still be found occasionally in antique shops. Shawls come in different sizes: most are long and narrow, and the designs vary, ranging from the simple to the elaborate.
Some people believe designs have been passed down through families, as with weaving and embroidery work. Some designs appear to be intentionally left incomplete.
Coptic Christian designs often have animal and human figures, whereas Muslim shawls rely on geometric designs. In some places, assuit shawls are incorrectly referred to as Coptic shawls. The geometric designs were popular with the Art Deco movement, beginning around