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Antique Amritsar Jail – Millfleur

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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. Their designs were inspired by the classical Persian and Mughal carpets of the 16th and 17th centuries. Amongst the well known centres was the Amritsar Jail.

  • Reference Number

    TCC-5419
  • Size In Feet

    13.5x10
  • Size In Cms

    408.94x304.8
  • Material

    Wool
  • Colour

    Off White, Light Pink
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TCC-5419

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The Floral pattern by the name of Millefleur or a thousand flowers is one of the most symbolic designs of ancient and modern times and has been held in high regard for its relevant narrative. The beauty of nature is depicted beautifully and eloquently in these carpets. The quality of workmanship can be seen in the intricacy of the pattern and the sheen of the wool.

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