The Kasab Zari Thread is used widely in weaving but more selectively in embroidery. For intricate patterns gijai or a thin, stiff wire is used. It is offered by us in various colors for creating various patterns. Zari work is an intricate art of weaving threads made up of fine gold or silver. The zari work is done on various clothes like lehenga, dupatta, kurti and many more. The threads are very useful and made for commercial uses. The Kasab Zari Thread has uniform evenness, flexibility, softness, and ductility. They are made available in gold and silver colors as well.
There are various types of MX Zari thread for use in various industries and commercial applications. The zari is an even thread traditionally made of fine gold or silver used in traditional Indian, Bangladeshi and Pakistani garments, especially as brocade in saris etc. These threads are further woven into fabrics primarily made up of silk to create intricate patterns. The threads are available in various colors and types as per the need. The dull zari thread is called Kora; and the shinier one is called Chikna. The offered MX Zari is made for use in the various places for embroidery.