Detail from a Jali screen. Jali or jaali (jālī, meaning "net") is the term used to describe perforated or latticed material, usually stone, with an ornamental pattern of calligraphy, geometry or natural motifs. Often found in architectural decoration, Jali is common in Indo-Islamic and Indian architecture. The Ashmolean's Mughal screens feature central panels with interlocking geometric patterns, possibly made for one of the nineteenth century exhibitions of Indian art.
All our recycled Ocean Mats are machine washable at 30 degrees and made from recycled fishing and landfill waste.
Soft and mid-green. Also available in grey.
Generous doormat: 64 x 83cms
Runner also available: 64 x 124cms