The Chalees Satoon
Seen is a polychrome jar printed with “The Chalees Satoon,” made by John & Jos Mayer (1842-1855). The Chalees Satoon, or Forty Pillars, was a pavilion attached to the palace of the Emperor Akbar in the Fort of Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, India. This type of jar usually held fish or meat paste. The pattern, #15692 in the TCC database, shows four source prints as well as the other side of the jar.