A blooming hand block printed Ajrakh Dupatta – Gulrukh means ‘one with the appearance of a flower,’ this floral yardage is dyed naturally on modal silk with black. The stunning border features a Persian influenced geometric trefoil pattern, glistening zari lagdi pasta tissue in silver and a handmade gota edge.
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Adorned with blooms and a Persian trefoil pattern, this is a hand block printed Ajrakh dupatta in mystical, naturally dyed deep black. Black dye is made from an interesting fermented pigment that recycles rusted, scrap metal along with jaggery! It ends with a glistening ‘lagdi patta’ zari tissue border in silver. The modal silk fabric has a subtle shine and lustre, with an edging of dainty handmade gota appliqué lace for a touch of festivity.
Modal Silk – A Cellulose Based Vegetarian Silk
Ajrakh Handblock Printing, Gota Handmade Applique Ribbon Embroidery
A gentle hand wash with mild detergent, or dry cleaning would be ideal. Do not place a hot iron directly on the tissue border.
Ajrakhpur, Kutch, India