This magnificent peacock wall art jewel tapestry has beautiful hand embroidery work done by the finest artisans. Various semi precious stones are used to make a floral frame around the colorful peacock in gorgeous silk hand embroidery with each center a tiny jewel. This peacock wall art decorative panel is embroidered in silk made from mulberry worms raised in Kashmir. The resulting sheen and luster gives an interplay of infinite reflections. Jewel embroidery work is a magnificent and exceptional art of Zardozi. This art thrived in Mughal era and received patronage of Kings and Royal families. Semi-precious stones, hundreds in numbers depending on the size and design are meticulously crafted and fixed in golden or silken threads to create an exquisite wall hanging or tapestry. This panel has a temporary wooden frame around it which is not shown in the picture.
A Royal stunning shimmering 100% handcrafted work of timeless art from the artisans of Kashmir. Zardozi embroidery with dozens of semi-precious stones set into the embroidery. This spectacular piece of workmanship & skill is an amazing collage of fine Zardozi embroidery accented with semi-precious stones such as Onyx, Corals and Lapis. The sparkling Zardozi embellishments in gold & copper work will lend a spectacularly ethnic look and add style to your room. Transform your table, floor or wall with the royal grandeur of Indian culture.This is a great gift for a loved one and a genuine Collector’s item. Never seen in any major departmental store in the U.S, this is a rare find & a true treasure.Don’t miss this great deal. Guaranteed you’ll love it or your money back.
Care: Dry Clean ONLY. Avoid brushing
Note: 100% Handcrafted. Hanging Rod and rings NOT included.
Zardozi is raised colored metallic thread work in intricate designs. Parts of it can be gold & silver toned with springs & coils.The art of Zardozi embroidery uses gold wire (zari). The process of making the gold wire (zari) is extremely intricate and involves heating the gold wire and a silver bar in the furnace to form an alloy. Gold-coated silver wire is extruded from this alloy and this wire when wrapped around a silk thread forms zari. Small patterns take days to finish. Large, extensive patterns are completed over weeks.
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