Kashmiri Wall Hanging

Judging by the size this is a reduced shawl. By its shape and construction, it was adapted into a wall hanging. Panel comprised of three large fragments sewn together. Rows of botehs, all facing the same direction and interspersed with stylized flowers against a blue ground. Within a doublr border and lined with red wool. All the work is done in the labour intensive method of double interlocking twill tapestry. Signed at bottom.

Circa: 19th Century

Origin: Kashmir India

Material: Wool

Condition: Some holes to red wool backing, excellent

Dimensions: 50" x 37"

Inventory number: TX3896



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