Designed and handcrafted by heritage artisans in India using a distinctive block print technique called Ajrakh.
Hand printed on a smooth lustrous silk. Traditional Ajrakh printing is rooted in the use of natural dyes, resists, and blocks made from wood and metal. This scarf features a key pattern motif; small resist dots printed with acacia gum. The block itself is made from metal nails hammered into a wooden base. Although traditionally Ajrakh prints are more elaborate, this design pulls out a mainstay motif to use in a minimal and timeless composition.
Curious about the story behind this process? Read more here.
100% mulberry silk
Textile made in India (Gujarat)
Approximately 44" by 42"