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Ring Of Flowers Silk Cushion Covers (Set of 6)

INR (₹)6,000

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  • Fabric :Silk
  • Weight :330 grams
  • Color :Golden
  • Size :Length16"
  • Time to make :15 days
  • Care :Gentle wash
  • Embroidery :Hand Aari ,Tilla Dozi
  • Set Quantity :6
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  • KBCODE: KB8895
  • Time To Make : 15-20 Days
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • COD: Available For this Product
  • Brand: Shehjar
For the art connoisseurs, who love to surround themselves with the luxurious aesthetics and crafty treasures, a deluxe cushion cover set is specially chosen to ethnically grace their interior decor. The cushion cover is crafted in the inherent gleam of silk fabric which makes it prominent as it sits on your centre couch in the living area. A fresh breath of ornation is worked over the opulent essence of the silk in spellbinding strokes of the Kashmiri Aari embroidery which sit over the front as a flowery ring. Flaunt your extraordinary sense of interior designing and stun your friends as you decorate your living area on special occasions with its fascinating annexation.About AariAari Kari is a fascinating hook art done in silk and cotton threads. The embellishment follows an elaborate process starting with the Naqash who traces nature inspired motifs over plain pieces of cloth. The imprinted fabric is then passed onto a Kaarigar (artisan) who uses a specialized hook called Aari, to embroider it. Typically done on suits, shawls and bags, Aari kaem works its colorful charm on a plain drape and inspires in it a lively ethnic appeal. Kashmir Box – Aari collectionAbout TillaCherished by Kashmiri brides since times immemorial, Tilla Embroidery is done using a gold or a silver thread on needlepoint. Said to have originated in a village named “Zari” in Iran, Tilla Dozi was introduced by Shah – e- Hamadan, a Muslim Saint, who migrated to Kashmir from Persia following Taimur’s invasion. Tilla embroidered dresses make exquisite, epoch pieces of silver or golden hues and mark their presence, not only during the wedding but beyond it, in the memories of those who set their eyes on them.  Kashmir Box – Tilla Collection
Shehjar is a social impact initiative aimed at empowering women. The facility employs more than 50 skilled women from the remotest corners of Kashmir and provides them facilities to sustain their families and reclaim their identity which has been lost in the folds of societal stereotypes over a period of time
Cherished by Kashmiri brides since times immemorial, Tilla Embroidery is done using a gold or a silver thread on needlepoint. Said to have originated in a village named “Zari” in Iran, Tilla Dozi was introduced by Shah – e- Hamadan, a Muslim Saint, who migrated to Kashmir from Persia following Taimur’s invasion. Tilla embroidered dresses make exquisite, epoch pieces of silver or golden hues and mark their presence, not only during the wedding but beyond it, in the memories of those who set their eyes on them. Kashmir Box – Tilla Collection