THE MOST STUNNING INDIAN INSPIRATION FOR EMBROIDERYToday we take inspiration from some masterpieces of 19th century Indian jewellery and then collect relevant embroidery material from our online shop http://embroiderymaterial.com/ necessary to recreate this gorgeousness on fabric!!!!!
19TH CENTURY NORTH INDIAN PENDANT
If this doesn't inspire the most gorgeous hand embroidery in us, then what will?
Visualizing this in shades of silk threads..... ruby red, emerald green,golden yellow, accents of amethyst..... beaten metallic wire or dapka in gold and delicate bugle beads!!!
What's your take?
Now this just spells LUXURY!!!
Again I would use this inspiration to create a decadent embroidery consisting of different shades of silk thread, tiny gold bugle beads and metallic gold wire or dapka!!!
SO GORGEOUSLY DELICATE ..........
Now for this, I would choose pearl finish clear crystals in nontarnishable brass holders, rich antique gold metallic wire or dapka for the delicate filigree work and luxurious silk threads in sapphire,emerald and ruby for the colored bases!!!!!!
(FRONT ON LEFT & REVERSE ON RIGHT)
All I can say, is if anyone tops the list of creating uber-luxurious jewellery, it's us, Indians!!!!This highly-detailed necklace is absolute proof of that!!
For this, I'd go for a beautiful rich ruby crystal in a matte finish and use beaten gold metallic wire or dapka to encircle and create the beautiful shapes around the rubies. A few clear boat-shaped pearl finish crystals and a couple of emerald crystals in non-tarnishable brass holders should help you in recreating this masterpiece on the fabric of your choice!!!!!!