Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248
  • Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248

Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknowi Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece–A100248

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SKU: A100248
Fabric: Cotton
Length: 7.5meter
Color: Magenta
Embroidery: Bakhiya and Phanda
Thread: Blue and Magenta Cotton
Touch and Feel: Soft and Comfortable 
Silhouette: Magenta Cotton Chikan unstitched suit piece 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

What does a dreamy fairy-tale look like? Ada Hand Embroidered Magenta Cotton Lucknow Chikan Unstitched Suit Piece is your answer. This designer unstitched piece captures the true glory of our traditional Lucknowi heritage, all the timeless crafts amalgamated together to create this masterpiece. Let’s begin with the detailing of this designer piece bedecked with Chikan stitches- Bakhiya and Phanda using blue and magenta cotton thread. These stitches create timeless Lucknowi Chikankari, an intricately beautiful art. This suit piece will make your heart of every function or event you attend in this designer piece.

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 needlecra...

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