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Bhujodi Ikat Wool Silk Stole: Natural Sappanwood and Iron-Black
Bhujodi Ikat Wool Silk Stole: Natural Sappanwood and Iron-Black
Bhujodi Ikat Wool Silk Stole: Natural Sappanwood and Iron-Black
Bhujodi Ikat Wool Silk Stole: Natural Sappanwood and Iron-Black
Bhujodi Ikat Wool Silk Stole: Natural Sappanwood and Iron-Black

Bhujodi Meghwal Artisan-Designer

Bhujodi Ikat Wool Silk Stole: Natural Sappanwood and Iron-Black

Rs. 2,860.00

This shawl is hand woven in Bhujodi, the first village to be conferred a Geographical Indicator (GI) in India.

This innovative design is not just woven, but designed by a master weaver for a traditional 4-shaft pit loom. It has unbleached cotton on the warp, and wool on the weft, with extra-weft designs picked on the borders. The colours are natural dyed iron-black; and red from Sappanwood (Biancaea Sappan).

Meghwal Weavers of Kutch in western India, have woven traditional shawls for nomadic Rabari shephards, for 800 years. This symbiotic relationship continues today.

Today a new cadre of Artisan-Designer-Entrepreneur is emerging, from a revolutionary movement which empowers makers through design education. While they preserve the Bhujodi identity, and its distinct design vocabulary, they innovate with new materials, colours, and techniques. This natural-dye ikat scarf represents ahigh point in Artisan-Design.

The entire family is involved with the process. This shawl is finished with a warp fringe of short tassels, crafted by the young women in the family.

Colour

Natural dye: Black, Diluted Iron-black, Sappanwood Red

Technique

Extra-weft hand weaving on a pit loom, with cotton warp, and ikat natural dyed hand spun tussar silk weft

Materials

Warp: Cotton

Weft: Wool

Extra Weft: Tussar Silk

Dimensions

22in x 78in

Care Instructions

Dry clean 

Product Dispatch & Shipping Notice

Dispatched within 10 days of receiving your order. No refunds or returns.