AMTEX

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AMTEXAmerican Textiles
AMTEXAir-Mass Transportation Experiment
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This identifies it as a 'bayeta first phase' chief's blanket, of which only 13 are known to exist, and they represent the pinnacle of the collectors' market in Native American textiles. Prior to this sale, a bayeta first phase weaving had sold in 1989 in New York, setting a record for a Navajo textile at $522,500.
As a collector, Anni assembled a substantial group of Andean and modern Latin American textiles for Black Mountain College, and a personal collection of Mesoamerican and Andean art that consisted of over 1,000 pieces of ceramic, stonework, jade, and textiles.
"If Caribbean trade develops at even half the growth of our exports to Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement, we will see major increases in our fabric and yarn shipments to the Caribbean," says American Textile Manufacturers Institute President Roger Chastain, who says U.S.
The Italian-based rug company has signed on to develop a hand-woven kilim collection inspired by the world-renowned textiles and pottery collections at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and the Museum of International Folk Art's Latin American textiles collection.
or Central American textiles to be used in garments receiving duty-free treatment in the United States.
Located in a renovated historic textiles machine factory, the museum is one of the foremost resources for studying American textiles history.
It's one that perhaps the American textiles industry should have paid a little more attention to.
The American textiles industry is not going out of business.
Like countless other textiles industry outsiders -- from David Murdock in the 1980s, who took over Cannon Mills, to David Stockman, who is now a significant owner of privately held Springs Industries -- Ross sees potential in the American textiles industry that warrants his aggressive posturing.
That the American textiles industry should meet with this fate is pretty remarkable.
The steel lobby's bar bill is probably bigger than the total annual budgets of the American Textiles Manufacturers Institute or the American Furniture Manufacturers Association combined.
government of granting Pakistan tariff cuts that would unduly harm American textiles manufacturers and workers.
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