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Title: What Kind Of Fabric Is Traditional Brocade


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Traditional Brocade
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What Kind Of Fabric Is Traditional Brocade
  • The word brocade from the Persian language
    means matter, so they called the patterned lush
    silk, which came to India straight from the
    oriental masters. Brocade is a material woven
    from silk threads.
  • The traditional brocade is very beautiful and has
    a rich color.
  • As a rule, it is made of silk and is highly
    durable. Brocade can be single or multi-colored.
    Brocade is sewn using special machines. At the
    same time, both machine and manual work can be
    used for it.

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  • Very beautiful and original products are obtained
    by hand-made brocade.
  • Luxurious brocade, like silk, was first invented
    in China many centuries ago.
  • At that time, heavy linen was created from
    natural silk and embroidered only with precious
    threads of pure gold.
  • Only the imperial family could afford to wear
    clothes made of this material.
  • To this day, traditional brocade is considered a
    bridal lehenga fabric for special occasions.

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  • Brocade was an important symbol of the
    aristocracy and as a bridal lehenga fabric.
  • Gradually, other commercial aspects of this
    enterprise were revealed brocade over time
    became an important source of funding for the
    military.
  • The bridal lehenga fabric was actively exported
    to neighboring countries, which also gave impetus
    to technological development.

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Composition and properties of brocade material
  • Traditional brocade is a patterned, dense silk
    fabric embroidered with precious threads of gold
    or silver.
  • But gradually, more budgetary options appeared,
    when instead of a precious thread, they used
    metal fishing line, twisted around a thread of
    cotton, silk, or linen.
  • In the past, this expensive fabric was made only
    by hand, using the highest quality silk raw
    materials. Already in India, they learned to make
    brocade on automated machines.

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VISIT
  • http//www.indianlacesandfabric.com/
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