- Aura Hand Embroidered Medallion Cotton Runner, White,15x72”
- SHEER NATURAL MATERIAL: This table runner is made of white semi-sheer soft cotton organdy material. The white on white is just lovely and shows just beautifully no matter what the tabletop surface color is, the sheerness of the fabric combined with the handstitched embroidery really enhances the detail of the stitching to show.
- FINE EMBROIDERY: Quality craftsmanship and beautiful delicate embroidery help create a luxurious look with creative handmade detail. The Aura medallion runner is an adaptation of the chikan embroidery that features an embroidered medallion pattern in the center, making it ideal to add a touch of style to your dining table, kitchen table, coffee table, breakfast bar, etc.
- MODERN LOOK & USAGE: This beautiful hand embroidered table runner can be used as a décor to enhance many different spaces. White on white is always amazing as it helps brighten your environment. This fashionable table runner offers a stylish way to complete your decor for casual everyday use, or for special occasions, or gatherings. We even recommend gifting this lovely piece as a thoughtful, uplifting present for your loved ones!
- EASY CARE AND MAINTENANCE: Machine washable on gentle cycle with cold water, air dry. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Mild warm iron. Hand washing is recommended. Our Popular Life Home products are meticulously handmade by our master artisans, one piece at a time. This may result in a slight variation from one item to the next. Such differences are inherent in the manufacturing process, you may expect minor distinctions.
Indian chikan work goes as far back as the early 3rd century BC. Chikan, in the literal sense, means “embroidery”. This traditional embroidery style is one of Lucknow’s most ancient and well-known art forms, introduced by the Mughals. The story is that Noor Jahan, the wife of Mughal emperor Jahangir, introduced Persian art in India in the 17th century. The Aura Medallion Runner is an adaptation of the Chikan embroidery. This beautiful piece of work is done by the artisans in Lucknow, India. The white on white embroidery looks more prominent against the light as the fabric is semi-sheer and the embroidery variations in the pattern play with the light passing through the runner.