Floral Lattice takes its inspiration from a textile in the collection of collector Karun Thakar: an early 18th century Indian fabric that was embroidered for the Western dress market.
Within each of the cloud-like lattice shapes is an exquisitely detailed floret known as ‘buti’ (plant). In the original document each of these romantic flowers is finely embroidered in silk, while the lattice-like line is sewn in silver-gilt thread.
The Karun Thakar Fund
As a way of acknowledging Karun Thakar’s generosity in allowing Soane to draw inspiration from the textiles in his collection, we initiated The Karun Thakar Fund in collaboration with the V&A Museum.
Established in 2021 by Soane and anonymous donors, The Fund promotes materials-based, object-led learning, drawing on the collections of both the V&A and Karun Thakar and offers scholarships to student practitioners and researchers studying any aspect of Asian or African textile/dress design or history. By choosing fabrics from Soane’s collaboration with Karun Thakar you are directly supporting this Fund.
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By choosing fabrics from Soane’s collaboration with Karun Thakar you are directly supporting The Karun Thakar Fund.
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