This brocade fabric has floral motifs all over zari (metallic golden thread)on a red and purple background.
Brocade fabrics were used by royals and have intricate patterns or designs which are often made with colored silk or with zari (gold/silver threads). The name “Brocade” comes from the Italian word, “Broccato,” which means “Embossed cloth.” The design on the fabric emerges over the fabric, through weaving.
Ashavalli is a type of brocade that was found in Ahmedabad, named after the city when it was called Ashaval. It has motifs like jaal, flower, creepers, bird or animal forms, and also geometrical forms
Size:Small: 11-inch x 11-inch, Medium: 20-inch x 20-inch, and Custom Size:Go to Ask Question
Material of Print:Archival Paper Print or Canvas Print
Material of Frame:Wooden
Art: Brocade weaving
Color:Multicolored (Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible)
Weight:50 grams without Frame and 1.5 kg with Frame (approximately)
Care:Wipe with clean dry cloth to remove dust. Keep away from water.
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