Brining Back an Old Rich Tradition!
Embroidery technique from the Punjab,India literally means flower work, which was at one time used as the word for embroidery, but in time the word “Phulkari” became restricted to embroidered shawls and head scarfs.
Handmade with Love:
Phulkari embroidery is worked entirely from the reverse of the fabric, leaving long floats on the front to show off as much reflected light and color effects as one could imagine. The amount of work it take to complete one phulkari is from one month to four months.
Shine in the Crowd:
This Wedding Season Wear Rich Traditional Phulkari dupatta. Hand Embroidered on georgette base dupatta can be easily paired up with plain suit and long earrings.
The Perfect Piece:
A perfect gift for those who love collecting unique handmade products. Traditional Punjabi Phulkari is perfect gift for any occasion.
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