Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans.
Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans. Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans. Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans. Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans. Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans.
$70.00
  • Made of ultra-light cotton and accented with zari (metallic thread). Its clean design makes it a versatile every-occasion accessor

    95% Cotton / 5% Lurex
    76 x 40 in. 

    TECHNIQUE: ZARI WEAVE

    Zari is the glorious tradition of adorning textiles with precious gold and silver-thread embroidery. The technique was brought to India 3,000 years back from Persian immigrants and was traditionally used to embroider intricate floral and nature-inspired designs onto saris, turbans and kaftans.