Mughal Shawl End Panel, Kashmir, 18th century, the broad royal blue field with eight polychrome boteh comprised of small radial flowers with each emerging from a vase-type form, within "hashia" patterned borders, remnants of red and white twisted ends, 1 ft. x 3 ft. 4 in.
Literature: Published in The Kashmir Shawl and its Indo-French Influence, Frank Ames, 1997, color plate 132, P. 270.
several minor cloth reinforcements added to reverse, several minor holes at one side
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