Kalamkaris are cotton textiles from Western India that are made with a combination of block printing and hand painting. Their origin is Iran but later and better quality production was primarily in India.
This kalimkari of fine cotton has six colors with a very precise registry and some painted details. The design has a large field of small booths with large botehs at four corners. Both ends have four large botehs with more narrow borders. Featured throughout are images of birds, flowers and leaves.
Circa: 19th Century
Origin: India for Persian Trade
Material: Stamped and painted cotton
Condition: Very Good
Dimensions: 81" x 54"
Inventory number: TX4680