Mir-A-Buteh

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Description

It was so popular with the British that they borrowed it from India and reproduced in their textiles. Since then it has been known in the West as the Paisley pattern, from the name of a Scottish town which became famous for these fabrics. The word mir derives from the honorary extension of buta into mir-a-buteh, (‘noble plant’).

The meaning of buta is interpreted in various ways from pine cone and palm crown to flame, which had religious significance as a symbol of immanence and eternal life. Thus, to give someone a piece decorated with buta is akin to wishing long life and lasting memory.

Delivery of the product to your address is possible within 24-48 hours for 5 AZN. Outside of the city the delivery price is 20AZN.

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