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Tunisia 1967 Reel 13 of 52


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Film Id:F16-0304
Film Description:Reel 13 of 52
Unedited travelogue
Tunis

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Reel 13 of 52
Unedited travelogue
Tunis

Cat. Reel 30h 1967: Reel 13 Tunisia, Tunis. Mar. 9-ll.

Tattooed nomadic women (cu).
Bread oven: hollow clay mound.
Bread in oven.
Looms in weaving school and artists' center.
Weaving by hand
Design for fabric pattern (cu).
Preparing loom for weaving.
Weaving carpet (cu).
Looms in a row.
Weaving large carpet: by hand on loom: several operators.
Stucco work: many examples interior and exterior of Koubba [tomb or mausoleum] in Belvedere Park, Tunis.
At handcraft school (in Denden)
Bow operated lathe in operation (cu).
Wooden items in various stages of completion.
Lathe in operation.
Partially assembled wooden item.
Making wooden grille.
Grille work.
Hand chiseling intricate design into wood.
Wooden grille.
Tile tabletop.
Tile-top table.
Wooden grilles.
Trays, tables, chests.
Jig saw in operation (cu).
Templates for working design in wood.
Applying gold leaf to leather.
Gold-leafed leather.
Looms: hand powered.
Design patterns on paper.
Coloring design patterns: brushwork, water color pots (cu).
Making wire birdcages: hand tools (some cu).
Metal object (possibly a mirror).
Stenciling design onto brass dish.
Working a metal tray.
Two tall brass lanterns (made at Denden).
Making a musical instrument: fitting on a piece of planed wood.
Sounding board.
Strings, tension knobs.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Denden, Tunis, Mosques, Weaving, Textiles, Luthier, Carpet weaving
Tags: Carpet weaving | Denden | Luthier | Mosques | Textiles | Tunis | Weaving
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