Add instant glamour and elegance to any evening ensemble with this stunningly beautiful, opulent clutch embellished with genuine jewels - star ruby stones and garnets.
Exquisitely hand embroidered by master craftsmen in the historic city of Agra, India, home of the Taj Mahal.
Embroidered front and back in the zardozi tradition, using metallic threads, silk and precious stones on a jet black raw dupioni silk background. Dupioni silk is a raw silk that has texture to it.
The crowning glory is the genuine large star ruby cabochon, surrounded by a constellation of garnets. Also includes green onyx.
Expert use of color - harmonious palate of rich and vivid peaches and coral with complementary green scrolling leaves. The colors just glow with vitality and freshness. Metallic threads add a sophisticated sparkle and bling for evening.
Sateen lining with two gathered pockets.
Secure magnetic snap closure.
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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.