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As we celebrate the rich cultural tapestry that is George wrappers on their 1-year birthday, let’s delve into the intricate details of these beautiful fabrics. Originating from the Igbo people in the South-Eastern part of Nigeria, George wrappers are renowned for their exquisite embroidery, comfort, and softness. Used by royal and noble families for special ceremonies, weddings, and other events, these fabrics hold a celebratory and regal allure. In this blog post, we explore the current prices of George wrappers in Nigeria, their historical roots, and essential tips for choosing the perfect fabric.

Prices of George Wrappers in Nigeria:

The cost of George wrappers varies based on several factors, including location, vendor, import duties, size, quality, design, and brand. Here’s a snapshot of popular George wrapper products and their prices :

  1. 2-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric (White and Gold): N20,000 – N25,000
  2. 2-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric with side borders (Magenta): N24,000 – N30,000
  3. 3-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric with Embroidery/stones (White and Gold): N49,995 – N70,000
  4. 2-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric (Champagne Gold): N24,995 – N30,000
  5. 3-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric (Coral Peach): N35,000 – N40,000
  6. 3-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric (Gold): N40,000 – N65,000
  7. 3-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric with full embroidery (Red): N40,000 – N45,000
  8. 2-in-1 Indian George Wrappers Fabric (Turquoise Green): N15,995 – N22,000
  9. Nigerian George Lace Men and Women Dress Fabric (5 yards): N43,180 – N51,000
  10. Nigerian George Lace Men and Women Dress Fabric Cotton Lace (5 yards): N43,180 – N55,000
  11. Blue Background George Material (6 yards): N7,500 – N11,000
  12. Indian George 3-in-1 fabric (Royal Blue): N40,000 – N60,000
  13. Indian George 3-in-1 fabric silver design (Peach): N40,000 – N60,000
  14. Indian George 3-in-1 fabric (Yellow): N40,000 – N55,000
  15. Indian George 3-in-1 fabric (Magenta): N40,000 – N60,000
  16. Indian Beaded George 3-in-1 fabric (Teal Blue): N70,000 – N75,000

Brief History of George Wrappers:

George fabric, also known as African or Indian George, is crafted from viscose, a semi-synthetic fiber derived from wood pulp. Originally invented in France by industrialist Hilaire de Chardonnet, the fabric made its way to Africa in 1893. Embraced by tailors for its luxurious appeal, George fabrics have become synonymous with ceremonies, especially in the South East and South-South regions of Nigeria.

Factors to Consider When Choosing George Wrappers:

  1. Durability: Assess the material’s longevity to ensure it withstands multiple uses.
  2. Design: Consider the embroidery, beads, and stones, as they contribute to the fabric’s cost and style.
  3. Style Compatibility: Ensure the fabric suits the style you intend to sew.
  4. Cost: Make decisions based on your budget and preferences.


George wrappers encapsulate a rich cultural history and continue to be cherished in various ceremonies. Understanding the factors influencing their prices and the essential tips for selecting the perfect fabric enhances the overall experience of acquiring and donning these regal attires. Keep an eye out for changes in government policies and market fluctuations, and may your journey with George wrappers be as vibrant as the fabrics themselves.

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