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Mughal Buti Print Jacket

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Description

The repeating buti (small floral discs or circles) on this jacket are typical of those seen on splendid Mughal-period textiles in the Museums collection. Royal support for court painters, architects, weavers, and goldsmiths led to the development of a distinctive and unified Mughal style, which was characterized in the decorative arts by a wealth of floral motifs, rich colors, and fine workmanship.

Mandarin collar, button closure, boxy silhouette, hits at hip, 3''L side slits, long sleeves. Cotton. Quilted contrast-pattern lining. Imported. Hand wash.

  • Mandarin collar
  • Button closure
  • 3''L side slits
  • Quilted contrast-pattern lining
  • Long sleeves
  • Boxy silhouette, hits at hip
  • Hand wash
  • Imported

Art History

The Mughal empire in India (15261858) flourished under a long line of dynamic and highly cultured rulers. Some of the greatest achievements of Indian art and architecture were produced during this period. Because Mughal rulers required a large quantity of textiles and carpets to decorate their palaces, tents and gardens, they developed extensive court workshops to produce them.

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Description

The repeating buti (small floral discs or circles) on this jacket are typical of those seen on splendid Mughal-period textiles in the Museums collection. Royal support for court painters, architects, weavers, and goldsmiths led to the development of a distinctive and unified Mughal style, which was characterized in the decorative arts by a wealth of floral motifs, rich colors, and fine workmanship.

Mandarin collar, button closure, boxy silhouette, hits at hip, 3''L side slits, long sleeves. Cotton. Quilted contrast-pattern lining. Imported. Hand wash.





  • Mandarin collar
  • Button closure
  • 3''L side slits
  • Quilted contrast-pattern lining
  • Long sleeves
  • Boxy silhouette, hits at hip
  • Hand wash
  • Imported




Art History

The Mughal empire in India (15261858) flourished under a long line of dynamic and highly cultured rulers. Some of the greatest achievements of Indian art and architecture were produced during this period. Because Mughal rulers required a large quantity of textiles and carpets to decorate their palaces, tents and gardens, they developed extensive court workshops to produce them.


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