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Gold Zari Photo Frame(Green fabric)

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Gold Zari Photo Frame(Green fabric) - 16 inches x 9 inches
Product SKU : TLH-53728

Zari or Zari Work as it is known is an intricate art of weaving threads made of fine gold or silver. These threads are further woven into fabrics, primarily made of silk to create intricate patterns. The designs are so exquisite that apart from the monetary value attached to these threads, the fabric also gets an overall rich & a beautiful look.

It is believed that the word Zari originated in a village by the same name in ancient Persia (Iran of today) where artisans used the skill of weaving thin threads of gold and silver onto fine fabrics of silk. The art was brought to India by Persian migrants between 1700-1100 BC – the period of Rig Veda. However the art really flourished during the Mughal era under the patronage of Emperor Akbar.

Nowadays, Zari is not made of real silver & gold, but has polyester or cotton yarn at its core, wrapped in silver/golden metallic yarn. It has now been recognized by the Government of India as one of the most ancient forms of handicraft. It is produced in 20 colors & is available in a variety like Zari on wood, glass, etc.

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Description Gold Zari Photo Frame(Green fabric) - 16 inches x 9 inches
Product SKU : TLH-53728

Zari or Zari Work as it is known is an intricate art of weaving threads made of fine gold or silver. These threads are further woven into fabrics, primarily made of silk to create intricate patterns. The designs are so exquisite that apart from the monetary value attached to these threads, the fabric also gets an overall rich & a beautiful look.

It is believed that the word Zari originated in a village by the same name in ancient Persia (Iran of today) where artisans used the skill of weaving thin threads of gold and silver onto fine fabrics of silk. The art was brought to India by Persian migrants between 1700-1100 BC – the period of Rig Veda. However the art really flourished during the Mughal era under the patronage of Emperor Akbar.

Nowadays, Zari is not made of real silver & gold, but has polyester or cotton yarn at its core, wrapped in silver/golden metallic yarn. It has now been recognized by the Government of India as one of the most ancient forms of handicraft. It is produced in 20 colors & is available in a variety like Zari on wood, glass, etc.

Brands TLH
Sub-Category Gold Zari Photoframes
Type N/A
Material Fabric & Glass
Pattern N/A
Size 22.35 x 40.64 x 1.27 cm
Collection N/A
Color N/A