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Sri Threads

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Stephen Szczepanek of Sri Threads - Brooklyn, New York, USA

Stephen Szczepanek of Sri Threads – Brooklyn, New York, USA

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Sri is a by-appointment textile showroom which showcases Japan’s antique indigo dyed country textiles and the folk textiles of India. Sri was founded by Stephen Szczepanek in 2001.

We are located in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn, New York.  We are also a blog and can be found on Instagram and Facebook.

Prior to opening Sri, Stephen held post as a curator for a private art collection in New York City–a collection that includes over 2,000 museum quality artworks and highlights masterpieces of 20th century design and the arts of Asia. During his ten years as a private curator, Stephen traveled widely throughout China, India and Japan where he was given access to these countries’ most important museum collections and their store rooms.

Stephen founded Sri in order to share his deep, abiding and personal interest for the language and meaning of Japanese and Indian cloth.
Sri is open weekdays, weekends and evenings by appointment only.

3 Comments

on Sri Threads.
  1. |

    where can i find Sri Threads in india.
    i stay in mumbai and im a fashion desigener.
    i would love to know more about it

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      Contact Stephen through his website. He mostly works with Japanese textiles, so I don’t know if this will be a match for you…

  2. |

    I love boro and other Japanese indigo products, especially the antiques. I’m glad to have found your site.

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