Pigment painting & printing
Late 18th century
'The pattern is repeating flower sprigs within circular borders of scrolling
stems & rosettes. The round pankha is designed with a split from edge
to centre, which marks the point at which the stick would be attached.
Objects of this kind are usually double-faced, with a canvas interlining.
Here presumably the faces have been separated, as the pankha is mounted on
See publication 'Vastra - The Fabric of Indian Art'.