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Given by the India Office
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A fragment of a carved relief set within a sunk compartment. The relief has three clustered pillars connected by arcades, from which vases are suspended, by triple rows of chains, against a ground decorated with scrolling foliate arabesques in lower relief. There is a row of wheel-shaped motifs above the arcade, and on the right hand side a vertical row of stylised flowers carved on the plane of the surround.
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Height: 14.5 in, Width: 24.5 in
Object history note
The panel is believed to have come from a tomb in Ahmedabad. It was exhibited in the Annual International Exhibition, 1871,
and was given to the South Kensington Museum by the India Office.
architectural carved panel
South & South East Asia Collection