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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
This embroidery was purchased from South of India in a place called Karaikudi. Those days, embroidery work considered as a must requirement to the women. When they have free time, they will do some embroidery to show their hands-on skill. According to old people, if the young girl want to get married, the future in-law will see the embroidery work in order for the girl to get accepted. This embroidery was believed to be in 1930's and 1940's. The embroidery with KTKS wordings, is in silver stitching. The embroidery is framed up hung on the living room wall.