Raw Materials
Using over five generations of experience in this field, the company has been able to manufacture a diverse range of embroidered Items.
Here the details of Raw Material we use in embroidery.

METAL WIRE BULLION
This real Gold Bullion also know as 2wm bullion. or 2% gold: This material mostly use for MOD (Military of Defence) Embroideries work as well as for high profile VVIP''s jobs.

1 kg Gold bullion
made of 24 grams of Gold, 750 gram of Silver and 250 gram of copper ( to give minimum strength to wire which can be made into Bullion ( wire spring)

SILVER BULLION made of 90% pure silver wire.

IMITATION GOLD BULLION
: made of copper wire and electroplated with gold color.

IMITATION SILVER PLATED BULLION : made of copper wire and electroplated with silver.

COPPER WIRE: this is pure copper wire bullion which give antique as well as Rose Gold color effect.

SILVER & GOLD WIRE PASSING: This Material made of wire thread wrapped over cotton Or polyester thread: over embroidery, these thread turn tarnish after some time, which give look of material getting Antique.

SILVER AND GOLD PLASTIC PASSING : This Material made of platsic thread wrapped over cotton Or polyester thread, over embroidery these thread never get tarnish and always glow as they are.

GOLD PASSING : come in two colors.

1. RED tone : which is called B/P Passing
2. YELLOW TONE: which is called Navy Passing.

EMBROIDERY THREAD: Anchor thread, Madera Thread, Madera Woolen thread, art silk and pure silk thread.

GOLD & SILVER PLATE: the material is flat wire width 2 to 3 mm, wrapped over and flat surface,

There are other martial also used name as Jaceron or Pearl purl, Frieze or Check purl etc


GROUND MATERIAL : ground material can be any material suitable for embroidery, over all embroidery can be produce over cotton, pure silk, art silk, woolen felt and Leather.

For any other material enquiry you can contact us directly.
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