Cretan Sariki Off White for Weddings Hand Knitted Migaki Style

Order your own unique handmade off white Cretan Sariki. Hand-knitted with the finest traditional thread using the elaborate technique migaki by Mrs Maria. Receive it at home and wear it proudly at Cretan weddings and Christenings.
Gross Weight: 0,2 Kg

Availability: In stock

€31,00 31.00
Cretan Hands


Cretan Sariki Off White for Weddings Hand Knitted Migaki Style

Sariki is an integral part of the Cretan attire and culture. In Crete white Sariki is traditionally worn in weddings by the groom, the best man and close relatives, and in Christenings by the baby's father and godfather.
This traditional Cretan Off White Sariki is hand-knitted using the skillful techique migaki by Mrs Maria. Because of its dense and elaborate design it takes about 1 to 2 days for a sariki to be knitted. The Cretan Sariki has a triangular shape and it has small knots knitted in every side. It is approximately 110 cm long although it could reach 140 cm if you stretch it while ironing.
This traditional handmade Cretan Sariki in off white colour is a unique handicraft and an excellent choice if you want the relatives, the best man or the godfather to wear it in weddings and christenings. For orders of 10 pieces and more, you will receive a 20% discount.
This Cretan sariki is handmade and must be handled with care in order to last over the years. Please handwash, gently iron it and do not expose it in the sun.

The Cretan Sariki will be especially knitted for you upon order. It will take about 15 to 20 days to be delivered depending on the quantity ordered.


The producer

Cretan Hands
"Cretan Hands" is a network of producers created with the main purpose of continuing, spreading and promoting the Cretan tradition and Cretan culture. By selecting and bringing together local businessmen who are engaged in the production of authentic Cretan products, it aims to create a common strong brand that will include certified, handmade and quality Cretan products - carriers of Cretan culture and the long tradition of the island. The "Cretan Hands" network is open to companies that are mainly active in the fields of folk art, handmade items and various handicrafts.


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