ZARDOZI BORDERS

Frosted Almond Net Zardozi with Floral Thread Embroidery Border
  • Blue Atoll
  • Neon Pink
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARD WIDTH 2.7 INCH / 7 CMS
$5
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARD WIDTH 4.7 INCH / 12 CMS
$4
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARDWIDTH 2.7 INCH / 6.8 CMS
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARDWIDTH 4 INCH / 10 CMS
$8
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARDWIDTH 1.7 INCH / 4.5 CMS
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARDWIDTH 4.5 INCH / 11.4 CMS
$4
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3.0" x 1.5"
$5
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Set of Ten Silver Button Patches with Zardozi work
  • White Sand
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1.0" x 1.0"
$6
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Width - 1.5 inch / 4.0 cms
$3
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PRICE QUOTED PER YARDWIDTH 2.6 INCH/ 6.5 CMS
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WIDTH - 2.5 INCH / 6.35 CMS
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Zari-Embroidered Flowers Fabric Border
  • Greengage
  • Water Garden
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WIDTH - 4.0 INCH / 10.16 CMS
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Zari-Embroidered Peacock Fabric Border with Sequins
  • Green Bee
  • Racing Red
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WIDTH - 3.5 INCH / 7.62 CMS
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WIDTH - 1.0 INCH / 2.54 CM
$3
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Zardozi Border with Leaves Embroidered with Golden Thread
  • Forest Green
  • French Blue
  • Lemony Lime
  • Prism Pink
  • True Red
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Width - 1.5 inch / 4.0 cms
$5
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Cutwork Zardozi Border Embroidered by Hand
  • Golden
  • Silver
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Width - 1.5 inch / 4.0 cms
$20
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2.5" X 2"
$10
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WIDTH - 4.0 INCH / 10.16 CM
$4.80
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WIDTH - 1.5 INCH / 3.81 CM
$3.20
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Width - 2.5 inch / 6.35 CM
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WIDTH - 4.5 INCH / 11.43 CMS
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Zari-Embroidered Flower Vine Velvet Border
  • Black Beauty
  • Rio Red
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WIDTH - 3.0 INCH / 7.62 CMS
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Zardozi Kurti Neck and Sleeves Patch with Hand-Embroidered Beads
  • Persian Red
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13" x 9"
$95
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Zari-Embroidered Flower Vine Art Silk Border
  • Desert Rose
  • Oceana
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WIDTH - 4.0 INCH / 10.16 CMS
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WIDTH - 1.5 INCH / 3.81 CMS
$15
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Zari-Embroidered Fabric Border with Cut-Work and Stones
  • Green Bee
  • Vermillion Orange
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WIDTH - 3.0 INCH / 7.6 CMS
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WIDTH - 2.5 INCH / 6.35 CMS
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WIDTH - 2.0 INCH / 5.08 CMS
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WIDTH - 1.5 INCH / 3.81 CMS
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WIDTH - 2 INCH / 5.08 CMS
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Width - 1.6 inch / 4.2 cms
$30
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1.6" x 1.1"
$7.50
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$3.75
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Lantern Zardozi Patch with Cut-Work
  • Carmine
  • Cornsilk
  • Deep Ultramarine
  • Forest Green
  • Gargoyle
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5.7" x 2.2"
$10
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8.0" x 3.8"
$7.50
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5.7" x 6.2"
$15
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7.5" x 9.6"
$26.25
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Designer Zardozi Parrot Cage Patch with Crystals and Sequins
  • Aurora
  • Nectarine
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5.0" x 3.7"
$24
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4.5" x 2.7''
$7.50
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7.0" x 4.5"
$22.50
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5.4" x 2.7"
$11.25
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4.7" x 6.5"
$20
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2.3" x 3.0"
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3.0" x 4.0"
$11.25
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Small Zardozi Chakra Patch with Faux Pearl
  • Golden
  • Silver
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1.5" x 1.5" (Price Per 5 Pieces)
$10
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10.0" x 6.0"
$41.25
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Width - 2.0 inch / 5.0 cms
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9.2" x 17.2"
$45
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Width - 2.5 inch / 6.3 cms
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Width - 3.5 inch / 9.0 cms
$25
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Width - 3.0 inch / 7.5 cms
$33.75
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Width - 2.0 inch / 5.0 cms
$26.25
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Zardozi Embellishments - Regal Undertones

Zardozi, with its lustrous gold- and silver-wire embroidery, adds to any and every dress an unparalleled elegance without being blingy. The centres of excellence for such skill lies in pockets of North India, and it is our handpicked selections from these places that are featured in this collection. From laces and patches to embellishments designed strategically for the bust and sleeves, each of these pieces are characterised by intricate workmanship and vibrant colours. Vibrant pastel tones and metallics abound, most of the zardozi is punctuated by faux pearls, crystals, and mirrors that serve to make a powerful feminine statement. Mostly done on coloured silks that are easy to work with when it comes to teaming these embellishments with the right dress, the motifs are wide-ranging. Peacocks, paisleys, an abundance of florals - in other words, typical rangoli-esque motifs brought to fashion. Stitch these on to your choicest Indian suits and cholies, and watch how the embellishments alone turn heads towards you.


FAQs


Q1. Which place is famous for zardozi?

 

People frequently believe that the zardozi embroidery method originated in the Indian city of Lucknow, which is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Lucknow is the capital of Uttar Pradesh. The needlework on these outfits may be purchased at a number of well-known stores in the Chowk area, as well as a number of bazaars in other sections of the city. Zardozi, or Persian stitching, is a form of needlework. The term "zardozi" means "gold embroidery" in English. Zardozi is a very difficult form of embroidery. This is what the sentence is attempting to convey by bringing it up, and the remainder of the phrase confirms it.


Q2. Which state is famous for zardozi handicraft?


The zardozi method is used to make works of art in India. These works can be found in many cities and states all over the country. You can see these works being made. These places are in India and include the state of Gujarat and the city of Ujjain, which is in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is where the city of Lucknow is found. Even in modern times, there are still a lot of small businesses whose only product or service is zardozi. This could be a restaurant or a company that brings food to people. Many people in each of these countries, like Iran, Pakistan, and India, are interested in buying it. People in these countries want to buy it because they think it will help them get rich.


Q3. Which motifs are used in zardozi embroidery?


In zardosi stitching, traditional motifs like flowers, creepers, and jalis are frequently used. There is a possibility that these feelings are reflected in the needlework in some way. These models have been handed down from one generation to the next and are currently being utilized by each new generation. This tactic has shown to be effective in the past, which is why it has been passed down from generation to generation. Both the approach that is taken and the method that is utilized to accomplish the needlework are absolutely unique in comparison to any other kind of traditional needlework that may be completed. Because of these significant differences, it is impossible to compare it to more traditional forms of needlework.

 

Q4. Which place is the origin of zardozi embroidery?


Although it is believed that the needlework technique known as zardozi originated in Persia, it is believed that the great majority of its present usage may be found in India. The phrase is derived from two Persian terms: zar, which means "wealth," and dozi, which means "needlework." The two meanings were combined to form the English idiom. These two interpretations of the phrase eventually merged to form the modern English word, which is a result of this process. These phrases, when strung together in the appropriate order, make up the questioned term. Because of this one specific reason, the name might be literally translated as "gold embroidery."


Q5. What is Zardosi made of?


Zardozi is a type of metal embroidery often done on a silk, satin, or velvet ground. The lavish look of this needlework is well-known. This type of embroidery is well-known for its luxurious and lavish appearance. This form of needlework is very well-liked because of its reputation for looking quite expensive. One reason for the widespread appeal of this type of embroidery is the impression of wealth and magnificence it conveys. Gold and silver threads are only one of many possible embellishments for handmade items. The use of beads or buttons is still another option. Pearls, diamonds, and other precious stones are only a few examples of what might stand in for such elements.


Q6. What are raw materials used in zardozi?


In Lucknow, the major material used in the manufacturing of genuine Zardozi threads is a gold-and-silver alloy. This is done to generate the threads. This is the most fundamentally crucial feature of the entire to evaluate. The production of this fine alloy wire begins with the melting of ingots, which are subsequently pushed through perforated steel sheets while under pressure. This process is repeated until the wire is ready. Finally, the finished product is wound onto a spool. The raw materials must first go through a process called hammering, which lowers the thickness of the raw materials to a level that is adequate for further processing, before they can be turned into wires. Before the raw materials can be transformed into wires, this phase must be completed.