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Pink Kanchi Cotton Hand Embroidery Dupatta

by Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra

code: GC/KA/SN/DU/CO/002


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Description :
Beautiful hand embroidered pink kanchi cotton dupatta by the talented Lambani artists of the artisan cluster of Bellary, Karnataka, at Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra. This dupatta is beautifully handwoven on a traditional loom using kanchi cotton yarn. Design stripes adorn the dupatta borders highlighted in subtle aqua green yarn. Gorgeous lambani hand embroidery patterns and tassels are designed at the dupatta ends. The Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra is a non-profit organisation that trains and encourages the Lambani artisans around Bellary for their innovative designs and quality products that strikes a beautiful combination of vegetable dyed colors and hand ornamentations in the form of tikris, bead work, mirror work and embroidery.
Special Instructions :
•Dry clean only
Product Specification :
•Length x Width: 96 inches x 35 inches •Warp x Weft: Kanchi cotton x Kanchi cotton •Fabric: Handwoven Kanchi Cotton •Color hues may slightly vary from that which appears in the image. •A slight variation in the size dimensions may be expected due to pattern styles and the uniqueness in its creation, courtesy the skills of individual artisans embroidering a generic design. •Minor irregularities is the uniqueness of handlooms & makes each piece exquisite

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