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Mughal Jail Lattice Bakhtari – Rebirth

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The Mughal dynasty brought in carpet weaving from Perisa, in the late 16th century to India and it soon established itself as a key contributor to the economy and gained much attention from all over the world. The Antique Persian carpets were regarded as court art and had a regal, palatial aura, exuding luxury and grandeur.

  • Reference Number

    TCC-7637
  • Size In Feet

    4.5 x 4.2
  • Size In Cms

    135 x 127
  • Material

    Wool
  • Colour

    Brown
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TCC-7637

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Our Museum revival series celebrates the distinctive Indian style, with highly naturalistic, tropical plants and flowers and a rich palette of colors. Some of the patterns are closer in aesthetics to the original Persians, whereas others have a beautiful confluence of design, color and style. What differentiates this collection further is the use of high quality wool and distinctive workmanship which helps create handknotted masterpieces.

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