Pristine white Chikankari hand embroidery on a vegan leather crossbody satchel sling. Exclusive bag with the beauty of embroidery. The embroidery is done by women artisans of Lucknow.
Material: Vegan Leather and Cotton Fabric
Product Dimensions (cms): 28x26x8 (Width x Height x Depth)
Product Details: 1 Handle, 1 long detachable strap, zipper closure 1 inside compartment with 2 mobile pocket and 1 zipper pocket. Additional pocket in front
Care: Wipe with a dry or slightly damp cloth to maintain.
An ancient kind of needlework from Lucknow, India, called chikankari. The name translates to "embroidery" (thread or wire), one of Lucknow's most well-known textile embellishment techniques. Chikankari is a very delicate and intricate shadow work type of embroidery. Indian Chikan work basically consists of a number of processes, namely cutting, stitching, printing, embroidery, washing and finishing. Cutting and stitching are done by the same person. Then, printing is undertaken with wooden blocks dipped in dye. After this, embroidery is done, usually by women. The last step in the Chikankari embroidery work is washing and finishing, which may take from 10 to 12 days and involves bleaching, acid treatment, stiffening and ironing. The most common motif used in Chikan Kari work of Lucknow is that of creepers. Floral motifs, which are used either throughout the garment or in corners, include jasmine, rose, flowering stems, lotus, etc.