Shawl (or Chaddar-rumal) of Kashmir
- Art Funded
- 208 x 180 cm
- Presented by
- V M Crawford through The Art Fund
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.
Brought from Madras in 1838.