Item: Modal Silk Stole with Ajrakh hand block print
Approximate Size : 21” x 78”
The Ajrakh art of printing is believed to be one of the oldest printing techniques in the world. This art form can be traced back to the Indus valley Civilization and it has stood the test of time. In Ajrakh style of printing, a combination of hand block printing and resist dyeing is used with the same design on a single piece of cloth. This stole is set on Modal Silk which is a plant based silk and has a light sheen and texture like satin. Charming handmade tassels dangle below. It is versatile enough to be paired with Indian and western clothes alike and adds a charming dimension to your Ethnic or Western ensemble!
****Note that this is a stole and it is not as wide as a dupatta****
Note: This product is 100% handmade using natural pigments and a hand block print process. There may be slight inconsistencies such as smudging, etc. These are characteristic of the art form and are not considered as defects.
*Note: There may be minor variations in the shade, the texture of the product. Hues/textures show differently based on screen settings and other factors.