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Accession# R-114
Artist Dhebaria Rabari
Culture Dhebaria Rabari
Description MATERIALS: Cotton cloth drill ,cotton and silk threads , buttons and beads.
CONSTRUCTION: Hand stitched, embroidered, square chain , cretan, buttonhole filling, detached chain, interlaced and back stitching.
MOTIFS: Popti, goltak, makodiyun, jharmar, sudo, mor, gotto and butti.
COLOURS : Multicoloured on black.
STYLE REMARKS: Dhebharia work is usually done on dark colours. During this period Dhebharia and Kachhi work similar. Dhebharia work is more likely to use more silk threads.
CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE: The style of jacket relates to the kediyun worn by a man. Front closing were used for children. Style is derieved from Rajasthan. Boys wore jhuldi with salwaar and small children wore as it is.
CULTURAL REMARKS: Dhebharias preferred to embroidered on drill and sturdy cloth.
Jhuladi, Jacket.
Category Clothing For Children
Object Name Jhuladi
Sub-category Top
Provenance Maringna, Ta.Anjar, Kutch, Gujarat
Search Terms Dhebaria Rabari
Technique Embroidery :Rabari
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Last modified on: February 22, 2013