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Amritsar Jail – Hamadan “Window” Pattern

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This spectacular recreation of the Amritsar Jail carpet has its origins from the Mughal period. 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.

  • Reference Number

    B-682
  • Size In Feet

    10.8x8.2
  • Size In Cms

    325.12x248.92
  • Material

    Wool
  • Colour

    Light Blue, Pink
In stock
B-682

Description

The various prisoners of war were taught by expert weavers to create some of the most stunning carpets in history. The local weavers, over a period of time, added their own elements to the patterns, designs and weaving techniques thereby distinguishing themselves from other regions. The most popular jail carpets are from Agra, Amritsar, Lahore and Jaipur. This Amritsar Jail recreation has taken several months to come to fruition. The use of high quality wool and traditional weaving techniques allow this carpet to have an unmatched sheen and design intricacy.

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