Blanket made of cloth (wool).
- Made in: India
- (Asia,South Asia,India (pre-1947))
- Found/Acquired: Chhindwara District
- (Asia,South Asia,India,Madhya Pradesh,Chhindwara District)
- Length: 223 centimetres (excl. fringes)
- Width: 108 centimetres
Large Collections Register: 'Woollen blanket, made from two pieces; black with red and yellow borders; fringe; coarse texture. "Kamri" - used also as a waterproof and for other purposes.'
The Large Collections Register notes that this collection was acquired by Rai Bahadur Hira Lal (q.v.) in or before 1914.
- 11 (List Number)
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Object reference number: EAS17424
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