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ROGHANSL110
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Gold leaf textile, 19th C. India. Gold and silver leaf is used in Indian textiles as a decorative finish on fabric, which is an influence of the Muslim courts. This style of ornamentation is called “Roghan” and the technique is used as a substitute for elaborate embroideries. This design was adapted from a 19th century Roghan head covering. Embroidered in two tones of gold metal wire on a black silk ground.

 

SPECIFICATIONS
Ground Black / 100%Silk
Hand Embroidery Metallic wire
Color Gold
Repeat V 7.25”/ H 7.25”
Width 51.5”
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