The government is proposing quality-assured certification for the “cloth of tongues”.

(Ultima Hora, February 2010)

The Councillor of Commerce, Industry and Energy, Francesca Vives, announced this week the creation of a quality certificate for traditional ​​Mallorcan fabrics to distinguish Mallorcan craft production of industrial production coming from outside the islands.

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The last weavers

(Article in Brisas magazine, May 2009)

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Weaving Magic

(Article in Island Life Magazine, May 2008)

[…] Weaving typical fabrics is one of the most ancient Mallorcan crafts and now there are few family-based companies which dedicate themselves to designing, producing and selling these unusual textiles. […]

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Teixits Riera, where colours become cloth

(Article in Mallorca Ambient magazine, November 2006)

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A fully-functioning weaver’s loom in Lloseta

(Diario de Mallorca, April 2004)

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Production of hand-made linens and fashion fabrics

(Diario de Baleares, January 1988)

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One hundred years of artisan weaving in Lloseta

(Diario de Baleares, January 1987)

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Article on Teixits Riera in Japanese magazine

(1980)

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Visit one of the last bastions of artisan weaving in Mallorca

(Dijous journal, August 1979)

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Family tradition, keeping going the last looms in Majorca

(Dijous journal, August 1979)

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