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Chadar

Date:
ca. 1700
Geography:
India
Culture:
Islamic
Medium:
Cotton and metal thread; tapestry-woven Border: silk and metal thread
Dimensions:
118 in. high 66.00 in. wide (299.7 cm high 167.6 cm wide)
Classification:
Textiles-Costumes
Credit Line:
Samuel D. Lee Fund, 1941
Accession Number:
41.19
Not on view
[ Nasli M. Heeramaneck (Indian, 1902–1971), New York, until 1941; sold to MMA]
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Making the Invisible Visible," April 2, 2013–August 4, 2013.

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