Our best selling red-green handwoven silk stole with linear shibori pattern. Grab it before it goes out of stock--again!

This stole fuses 2 crafts of India: it has handwoven using the traditional "Maheshwari" weaving technique and then dyed through the contemporary shibori tie-dye process. Wear this statement piece and embody the spirit of modern India.

Brick Red Shibori Tasar Silk Stole

SKU: LK31
₹1,595.00Price
  • The Craft Process

    Maheshwari weaving with shibori

    This stole has been handwoven in the village of Maheshwar in central India. Maheshwari weaving is a royal Indian craft developed under the patronage of Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar in the 18th century.

     

    Shibori is a tie-dye craft from Japan which involves geometric patterns being stitched onto the fabric before it is dyed. It is similar to bandhani. In recent times, some bandhani artisans in Rajasthan have learnt this skill and given it a uniquely Indian twist! Due to the nature of the craft, shade variations through the fabric will occur adding an interesting design element to the product

  • Material and Care Instructions

    Size: 180 cms (length) x 61 cms (width)

    Material: Silk and tasar silk interwoven

    Care: Keep fresh with steam ironing after wear. Hand wash only if absolutely necessary

  • Purchase & Shipping Info

    Stunning indigo handwoven silk-linen stole with linear shibori pattern

    This stole fuses 2 crafts of India: it has handwoven using the "Maheshwari" weaving technique and then dyed through the shibori process. Wear this statement piece and embody the spirit of modern India

    Indigo Linear Shibori Silk Stole

    SKU: LK34

    Price₹1,595.00

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    • The Craft Process

       

      Maheshwari weaving with shibori

      This stole has been handwoven in the village of Maheshwar in central India. Maheshwari weaving is a royal Indian craft developed under the patronage of Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar in the 18th century. 

       

      Shibori is a tie-dye craft from Japan which involves geometric patterns being stitched onto the fabric before it is dyed. It is similar to bandhani. In recent times, some bandhani artisans in Rajasthan have learnt this skill and given it a uniquely Indian twist! Due to the nature of the craft, shade variations through the fabric will occur adding an interesting design element to the product

    • Material & Care Instructions

       

      Size: 180 cms (length) x 61 cms (width)

      Material: Silk and linen

      Care: Keep fresh with steam ironing after wear. Hand wash only if absolutely necessary

    • Purchase & Shipping Info

       

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