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Antique Indian Agra.
In 1737, Nadir Shah invaded northern India. With the loss of the Mughal authority came a decline in court patronage that eventually had a profoundly adverse effect on carpet weaving in India. With the exceptions of Warangal in the Hyderbad state, Kashmir, and private workshops, rug weaving centers that had opened in the North-eastern provinces had ceased production by the middle of the 19th century. A stunning antique, one can truly appreciate the exceptional weave found in this palace-sized work of art.