Embroidered Suzani is one of the most attractive and beautiful products of Uzbekistan’s handicraft culture. They are mostly large silk and cotton embroideries that are used to decorate interiors of the houses. Suzanis were also an important part of a girl’s dowry. Each region in Uzbekistan had its design pool and style. Tashkent ones are far different from the Bukhara ones or Shahr-i Sabz ones. They embroidered them for different utilitarian purposes, as coverlets for the small law tables, as covers for the beddings stacked into the niches during the day, etc.
Suzani pillow cover from Uzbekistan. Hand embroidered with naturally dyed. Anatolian and central Asian patterns. Great for Boho-Chic, Bohemian decorating style, and can also be mixed with contemporary, modern or traditional decor.
Suzani pillows, as its name suggests, this processing technique, which means needle in Persian, consists of a combination of needle and manual labor. Local graphic artists draw patterns on silk or cotton fabrics. All these patterns, shapes and lines have different names. Up to their sizes, these patterns are stretched pulley or counter. If the patterns are detailed, the processing period might last months. Pure silk threads processed.