Exquisite embroidered brown velvet purse in floral pattern, in the zardozi tradition.
You think velvet is only for evening? Or for formal occasions? Think again! Show your fun and flirty side with this new purse, with a soft, vintage, faded look. Perfect with a flowing soft chiffon dress for a daytime wedding or garden party. Or wear it to brunch with friends, with jeans, pink/peach or blue sweater, a jacket or tweeds ....
- soft golden brown velvet, the color of a baby deer (Bambi)
- new, with antiqued, vintage faded finish
- hand embroidered in metallic threads by master artisans in Agra, India
- genuine semi precious stones sewn in
- 8 " W x 5.5 " H x 2.5 " D.
- sateen lining
- interior credit card slot and two accordion slots, outlined in gold.
- secure snap closure.
- optional braided cord shoulder strap with 21 In drop. Can be tucked inside.
- roomy! Holds phone, credit cards, money, keys and makeup
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Zardozi is from the Persian and means "gold thread" . It is an elaborate art of multidimensional embroidery using gold and silver threads and embellished with precious stones. Zardozi had its origins in Persia and was introduced into India by the ruling Mughals in the early 16th century. It was used mainly to adorn the robes of the royal families. The city of Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, was the seat of the Mughal Empire and it remains a center for traditional handicrafts that had flourished under the Mughal patronage. Today, over 15,000 craftsmen still practice the craft in the city of Agra, making elaborate zardozi purses, belts, tapestries, jewelry boxes and garments.