Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202

Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Kota Lucknowi Chikankari Unstitched Suit Piece – A579202

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SKU: A579202
Fabric: Cotton
Length: 7.5meter
Color: Grey and Black
Embroidery: BakhiyaPhanda, KeelKangan and Jaali
Thread: Fawn and Black Cotton
Touch and Feel: Soft and Comfortable 
Silhouette: Grey and Black Suit Piece set offers a comfortable and relaxed silhouette to the wearer, the fabric and embroidery is skin friendly.  

Disclaimer: This product is hand embroidered and may have slight dissimilarities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. These minor variations of Stitches/Motifs add to its charm and ensure you have a unique product.

Product description

Ada Hand Embroidered Grey and Black Lucknow Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece merges innovativeness with traditionalism. A unique blend of traditional art form and creativity merged in this unstitched Chikan piece, a one of kind raiment created at Ada Designer Chikan Studio. The hand embroidery is traditionally associated with stitches Bakhiya, Phanda, Keelkangana and Jaali using fawn and black cotton thread. Perfecting the skills of this art form takes many years. An elusive suit piece one is the apt choice for festivities and parties. 

Trivia: Chikankari is an Art of Imagination, It is a handicraft process where the wooden blocks are hand chiselled in various design patterns, and the natural stew for printing is prepared, and printed on the cloth. The chikankari artisans then use ten ary of the needlecraft embroidery, and perform the needlework artistically.

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