• Applique Wall hang unframed 008
The village of Pipili, Puri district, Odisha, India, is well known for its Applique work, also known as Chandua (Odia Chandua). "Applique" comes from the French word appliquer, meaning "to put on". There are two variants to this technique: applique, where a fabric shape is sewn over a base layer, and reverse Applique, wherein two layers of fabric are laid down, and a shape is subsequently cut out from the upper layer, exposing the lower layer, before both are stitched together. It is one of the products which has been granted Geographical Indication (GI) by the government of India

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Applique Wall hang unframed 008

  • Rs 504.00