Known for their precision in symmetry and deep love for structure the textile often had uniform patterns similar to the architecture found in the Mughal era. With a preference to sit on the floor, the only comfort desired was to lean on gaddis, popularly known as cushions. Curtains, runners, rugs, decorative pillows and bolsters became key elements for décor in the Royal courts. Walk with Gulmohar Lane inside the open pillared halls of the Sixteenth Century Mughal courts.
Rich brocade fabric front and light gold back.
Invisible zipper at the bottom of the cushion
Filler is not part of the cushion. Purchase in add ons.
Front: Blended Brocade Fabric
Back: Blended Fabric
WASH CARE : Dry Clean Only
16" Length x 12" Width
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