Height: 42cm | Width: 42cm
The Hoshiapur / Hoshiarpur workshops in Northern Punjab served the Anglo Indian market circa 1900 and possibly employed Kashmiri artisans. Sold throughout stations and cantonments and likely outlets in close-by Lahore and Delhi. Doubtless the clever folding design was intended for easy shipment. The styling in hardwood such as Padouk and was based on earlier Mysore products in a combination of Moorish and Indian taste. Such tables came in four or five sizes invariably inlaid with either brass, copper, bone and ebony or a combinations.
• early 20th cent
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