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Agra Jail Revival – Baroque


During the reign of the British empire over India, weaving centres were established in the Indian Jails where looms were setup and prisoners were trained by weavers from Persia. The resulting carpets were of exceptional quality and were made using the finest pure wool. The most famous of these weaving centres was the Agra Jail. This is an exceptional recreation of some the antique Agra rugs.

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  • Size In Feet

    12 x 8.10
  • Size In Cms

    365.76 x 269.24
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  • Colour

    Maroon, Light Brown
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The Mughal period was the golden era of carpet weaving in the sub-continent under the patronage of the great Mughal emperor, Akbar, who nurtured all forms of arts and craft. Carpet weaving, during his reign was elevated to an art form. The various prisoners of war were taught by expert weavers to create some of the most stunning carpets in history.

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