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Kutch Hand Embroidery - Tote Bag - Vertical Patch

Embroidery is one of the most famous embellishment technique practiced across the world. India is famous for various embroidery traditions in different regions.

Kutch Embroidery, predominantly practiced by tribal women of Kutch, Gujarat has become a handicraft and textile signature of the region This embroidery with its intricate designs that can be distinctly linked different communities has made a name for itself across the globe.

This beautiful tote bag with a bold and eye-catching abstract design in Dhebaria Rabari style has been hand embroidered by Craftswomen of Dhebaria Rabari Community.

Attractive colour combinations, intricate designs and the overall finishing of the bag makes it a perfect choice of handbag for your party wear!

Length: 38 cm
Width: 33 cm
Material: Raw Cotton
Bag Design: Zip on Top; Inside Pocket with zip

Dhebaria Rabari

Rabari community has several subgroups, each with its own style of embroidery. While the embroidery stitches of different groups of Rabaris are more or less similar, the Dhebaria Rabari style stands out because of the unique combination of applique and freehand embroidery designs with bold and colorful motifs.

There is no graph, stencil or print design to follow, making each piece unique. Their motifs are inspired by local culture. Some of the common motifs are: Kavadiyo (Man carrying Kavad), butta suda (a pair of parrots), vichchhu (scorpion), kukda (hens), morlo (peacocks), hathido (elephant), chakli (sparrow), kubo (shrine), ambo (mango), fuldo (flower) etc.

Product Care

Clean with a soft dry cloth.
Avoid contact with sharp objects.

Rs. 2,500.00
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