Contemporary Near Pair of Mughal Style Embroidered Prayer Textiles, late 20th century

3 ft. x 2 ft. 1 in.

  • Provenance: Dr. Douglas M. and Nelda K. Lay, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

    Notes: According to Dr. Rosemary Crill and Dr. Steven Cohen, these textiles belong to a group of embroideries done a Jaipur rafugar (needle-worker) named Gulshan. Grogan & Company wishes to thank Dr. Crill and Dr. Cohen for sharing this research.
  • Condition: Linen ground with damages and losses, old cotton backing, generally good condition

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