Mughal Topi III

Mini Framed Textile

Mughal Topi III

Mini Framed Textile

13" W x 6.75" H
Vintage
India
$595 Sale

This St. Frank antique topi was worn by a child under the Indian Mughal Empire. The Mughal Empire was... READ MORE

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Provenance

Vintage
India

This St. Frank antique topi was worn by a child under the Indian Mughal Empire. The Mughal Empire was a Persianate empire that occupied most of Northern India from the 16th century to the mid 18th century. This period of peace was a prosperous time for art and architecture, blending elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish, Indian, and European Renaissance styles. The Taj Mahal was built during this era and is regarded by many as the finest example of Mughal architecture. In many Mughal paintings, men and children are depicted wearing these topi, or hats, during prayer.

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The textile is carefully applied to a flax linen substrate, which provides a border between the textile and frame. This product is available in our lucite frame. Our signature gold St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of each piece.

Framed textiles are custom framed once they are ordered. Allow 4-5 weeks for framing and delivery. Expedited options may be available by emailing service@stfrank.com.

This item is fully refundable if returned within 30 days of delivery.

Provenance

This St. Frank antique topi was worn by a child under the Indian Mughal Empire. The Mughal Empire was a Persianate empire that occupied most of Northern India from the 16th century to the mid 18th century. This period of peace was a prosperous time for art and architecture, blending elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish, Indian, and European Renaissance styles. The Taj Mahal was built during this era and is regarded by many as the finest example of Mughal architecture. In many Mughal paintings, men and children are depicted wearing these topi, or hats, during prayer.