Woven Art

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Material  100% Wool 
Shape  Oblong 
Size  200 x 61 cms
Making Handwoven Wool, Hand Tied & Dyed (Bandhani & Shibori)


 The village of Bhujodi is a quaint little village in the great Rann of Kutch. It stands as a glorious testimony to a rich past. The exquisite weaves that the artisans create, and their warm smiles remain imprinted on the mind for a very long time.

The charm of the place lies in the fact that wherever you look there is art to be found. Once woven, the wraps are sent to the khatri dyers for bandhani work. The women add traditional embroidery in a contemporary palette to these wool pieces. Indigo leaves are used to obtain various shades of blue. The beauty of the weaver's village lingers on this wrap. The pretty tassels would hold the wrap in place on the blusteriest of days. Wrap it around your shoulders and indulge in the luxurious warmth of this incredible piece.

Best advice is to Dry Clean Only. For best results to your delicate wools, it is highly recommended that you only dry clean. For a long life for all pure silk products, dry cleaning is recommended. For colors to not fade in all cotton products, gentle hand washing is recommended.
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Customer reviews
Shannon Kiehn
New York, US

Such beauty ! Such creativity !!
— Shannon Kiehn
Alexa Babcock
Oklahoma City, US

I placed an order recently and received as a bonus, a small bag with bells and incense in it. It smells lovely.
— Alexa Babcock
Jenny San
Diego, US

Hi, I am wondering how I can find your face-wraps. I see your beautiful scarves, but can’t find your face-wrap that you advertised.
— Jenny San
Sandy Mikolaski
Bellevue, US

THANK YOU so much and I am so glad I found your website. Beautiful products!
— Sandy Mikolaski
Chicago, US

Birthday gift for a dear friend. My friend was thrilled with the lovely scarf. She loved the colors!
— Alice
Arun Goenka
Bangalore, India

Spectacular !
— Arun Goenka
New York, US

— Ellen