Shawl, or chaddar-rumal.

Kashmir work, the prototype of Paisley shawls woven in this country. Closely embroidered on a base of native woven black pashmina. Persian cone or flame pattern with a general effect of soft Indian red.

Provenance

Brought from Madras in 1838.


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