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Washing Shawls in 1867


An antique Indian miniature painting from the Kyburg exhibition catalog (1988) depicts the washing of shawls

The 1867 painting is possibly from Lahore,

Such a treat to get  a glimpse of the processing of shawls in that era!

Don’t miss the bossman sitting and smoking his hukkah in the corner while the others do the hard work! 🙂

jm

3 comments on “Washing Shawls in 1867

  1. Peter Burleigh
    September 23, 2018

    Fantastic! p

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. wovensouls
    September 24, 2018

    🙂

  3. Ayesha Ahmed
    September 27, 2018

    This article takes me to old era 😀

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