Designed and handcrafted by heritage artisans in India using a distinctive block print technique called Ajrakh.
Hand printed on a silky slippery modal. This fabric has a nice sheen that catches the light beautifully. Traditional Ajrakh printing is rooted in the use of natural dyes, resists, and blocks made from wood and metal. This oversized bandana with ogee tesselation and intricate border is a beautiful example of the craft's connection to Islamic designs.
Curious about the story behind this process? Read more here.
Textile made in India (Gujarat)
Approximately 46" x 46"