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A Kalamkari Coverlet – Antique Indian Textiles

A visit to any museum can be exhausting and the maximum I can handle is about 1 – 2 hours of exposure.

In any given hall there are always too many pieces that magnetise my attention. So it is a relief to find uninteresting pieces every now and then!

But here in this series are a few that I enjoyed very much.

Beginning with this Kalamkari coverlet, my next few notes focus on Indian Textiles from the Victoria and Albert museum in London.


More to follow.


Jan 2018

2 comments on “A Kalamkari Coverlet – Antique Indian Textiles

  1. Asad Mirza Abbas
    February 1, 2018

    No Doubt it’s one of the refinest works of art when Fingers becomes God’s will….. My All regards and respect for artist from paradise…

  2. wovensouls
    February 1, 2018

    Asad Mirza Abbas Sahab, that is a lovely way to say it! This was made between 1625-1650 …so the maker of this beauty is probably with his maker

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