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Man's Turban Cloth

A work made of cotton plain weave with woven gold metallic thread band and fringe, known as muslin or mul mul; tie-dyed with vegetable dyes; inked inscription.
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  • A work made of cotton plain weave with woven gold metallic thread band and fringe, known as muslin or mul mul; tie-dyed with vegetable dyes; inked inscription.

Date:

1850-75

Artist:

Rajputana (modern-day Rajashtan), India

About this artwork

Status

On View, Gallery 57

Department

Textiles

Title

Man's Turban Cloth

Place

Rajasthan (Object made in)

Date

Made 1850–1875

Medium

Cotton plain weave with woven gold metallic thread band and fringe, known as muslin or mul mul; tie-dyed with vegetable dyes; inked inscription

Inscriptions

on one end: possibly numbers 92111, followed by two long dashes (handwritten, black ink)

Dimensions

1275.1 × 14.6 cm (502 × 5 3/4 in.)

Credit Line

James D. Tigerman Estate Fund

Reference Number

2022.330

Extended information about this artwork

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