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Kashmir Zardozi Jewel Carpet Rug Handmade Traditional Decorative Wall Hanging

$499.99 $259.99
(You save $240.00)

Kashmir Zardozi Jewel Carpet Rug Handmade Traditional Decorative Wall Hanging

$499.99 $259.99
(You save $240.00)
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Absolutely Exquisite 100% Handmade Kashmir Zardozi Royal Jewel Carpet / Rug / Wall Hanging with SEMI-PRECIOUS stones and amazingly intricate Zardozi Hand Embroidery in Gold and antique Copper metallic threads, from Kashmir India, Size: 24in x 18in (additional 2in tassels along each edge)

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!

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Dimensions: 24" X 18" (additional 2" tassels along each edge)

Package Weight: 3.0 lbs due to extensive zardozi work.

Care: Dry Clean ONLY. Avoid brushing

Note: 100% Handcrafted. Hanging Rod and rings NOT included.

About Zardozi

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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