Ajrakh hand block print Modal silk stole
Delicately hand block printed and naturally dyed blue Ajrakh stole with crimson red geometric floral pattern and lovely leaf motif on the border enhace this stole and makes it a masterpiece (L – 1.8 mtrs , W- 22″). Ajrakh is an ancient block- printing method on textile that thrived in India in the 16th century with the migration of Khatris from the Sindh province to Kutch district. Each dupatta has a varied combination of traditional hand block print and is meticulously made by our artisan. It is a perfect addition to any wardrobe.
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This timeless classic Ajrakh modal silk stole beautifully crafted by our mastercaftsmen creating patterns in deep hues. Ajrakh is a traditional vegetable dyeing and resist block -printing technique on cloth. Ajrakh printing celebrates nature amazinly. This is evident in the aesthetics of the unification of its colours as well as motifs. These stoles are becoming a well-known vogue in the fashion world and adored worldwide.
Due to the manual process involved there is an inherent chane of slight imperfections. In handmade no two pieces are the same.
|Dimensions||31 × 38 cm|