India, Dheeraj Chhipa, Indigo Mothada Saree
The technique of printing is called DABU which is a 400 year old printing process. Dabu printing is a mud resit printing and dyeing technique, unique to Bagru village of Rajasthan, India.
The saree has been printed with the traditional technique which is an unstitched garment worn by many women across India and abroad as it is a popular product.
It has been printed in Bagru village of Rajasthan, India by Dheeraj Chhipa and his team.
The specialty of this product is that this technique has traditionally been printed in Cotton but here it has been used in a light weight silk satin fabric where the handling and making of the product requires high skill.
Sizing: 685cm x 115cm
Fabric: 100% Silk Satin (Gajji Silk)
Should be washed in cold-water and separately.
Made to order. Available to dispatch in 4 months.