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Solid Padauk Carved Anglo-Indian Card Table

Circa 1830

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Solid Padauk Carved Anglo-Indian Card Table, Circa 1830.

With the growth of trade and military power, the East India Company encouraged its British male employees to create community with mixed ancestry. The company paid 15 silver rupees to the mother of any child born of such marriages. I wonder if families of such marriages sat together playing cards on this very table.

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