FLOWER-STYLE BOX WITH DRAWERS
December 31, 1649
Mirza Firuz Shah
Art and Calligraphy
Shah Jahan 1627–1658
Rows of graceful flowering plants are frequently used as a design element in Mughal art. Here, they appear alongside coiled cloud bands and flying birds. The iron handles on either side of the box are a later addition that indicate that the box was used as a traveling chest.
Title: Flower-Style Box with Drawers
Date: 17th century
Geography: Attributed to India
Medium: Wood (poplar); overlaid with ebony inlaid with wood and incised, stained ivory
Dimensions: H. 11 in. (27.9 cm)
W. 21 5/8 in.(54.9 cm)
Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1976
Accession Number: 1976.176.1
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