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Pure Silk Fine Dabka Embroidered Clutch Bag

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Pure Silk Fine Dabka Embroidered Clutch Bag - The India Craft House
Pure Silk Fine Dabka Embroidered Clutch Bag - The India Craft House
Pure Silk Fine Dabka Embroidered Clutch Bag - The India Craft House
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Uttar Pradesh, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Pure Silk Fine Dabka Embroidered Clutch Bag

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Pure Silk fine embroidered small clutch bag with Dabka bead work - Magenta. Dabka work is an intricate form of embroidery that originated from the lands of Rajasthan. Mostly done using zari thread, this is done once the printing and dyeing of the fabric is completed. Dabka (also known as Dapka, Dubka) means ‘spring type of thread or a coiled thin wire’ which is sewed in to create intricate patterns. The wired threads are embroidered on the fabric in such a way that the needle passes through the middle of the design. Dabka embroidery employs three to five people to design one piece, the art being so intricate. A cotton cord is stitched on the printed patterns that need to be embellished or embroidered with Dabka. After this, the metal coiled wires or threads are sewed by passing the needle from the middle of the design for a raised appearance.

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Pure Silk Fine Dabka Embroidered Clutch Bag

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Product Details

  • Material : Silk
  • Craft :  Zardozi / Dabka Work
  • State :  Uttar Pradesh
  • Colour : Magenta
  • Measurements :  Height - 4.5" x Width - 9.5"
  • Product weight : 170 grams
  • Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 6 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.
  • UOM : Pieces

Zardozi / Resham Embroidery

Zardozi comes from the Persian word, "Zar" means gold and "dozi" means work. Zardozi embroidery is a type of metal embroidery, which was once used to embellish the attire of Kings and royals in Persia and later introduced to India. It was also used to adorn walls of the royal tents, scabbards, wall hangings and the paraphernalia of regal elephants and horses. Zardozi embroidery work involves making elaborate designs, using gold and silver threads along with studded pearls and precious stones. Initially, the embroidery was done with pure silver wires and real gold leaves. However, today, craftsmen make use of a combination of copper wire, with a golden or silver polish, and a silk thread.

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