An exceptional example of an antique Banjara Tribe silk embroidered bag from Sindh region of Pakistan 20th century.
Multicolored Cotton Bhujki Bag with Vintage Sindhi Embroidery
This fine hand-embroidered textile, is a traditional Bag, which were made to cover the pile or stack of quilts in one corner of the house in villages of Kutch and Gujarat. This exquisite piece comes from the Muslim community of North East Kutch, Sindh region and is almost 50-60 years old. It features traditional embroidery with cotton threads on a cotton base and is decorated with mirrors. This makes for a priceless wall hanging in a modern home.
The product may contain some irregularities or mended patches and one piece might differ from the other in terms of layout or pattern as this is a hand-embroidered vintage textile. These elements add to the unique charm of this exquisite piece.
It has fine chain-stitched silk embroidery, metal work and tiny mirrors. a lovely example with nice colours and design. Lined with beaded tassels
These doilies were made for a woman's dowry and would form part of her trousseau
measures (50 x 32 cm)
Some wear to the ground fabric due to age but not distracting.
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