5070-Maheshwari Silk Suit Piece Dabu Handblock Printed


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Sourced directly from Shefali (Hand dyeing and Handblock print Artist from Rajasthan)
The famous Kalamkari consists of two techniques that are named after the place of practice – Srikalahasti and Machilipatnam. The words are derived from villages in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The former involves hand-drawn and hand-painted motifs, while the latter is carried out by using hand-blocks. Maheshwari is a traditional ethnic fabric characterized by its lightweight, sheer texture and fine luxurious feel.The fabric borrowed its name from the small town Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh where traditional weavers practice the art of producing textured Suits in cotton and silk.


• Fabric : Maheshwari Silk
• Work: Handblock Print and Hand Vegetable Dyed
• Measurement: 2.5 Meter Top, 2.5 Meter Dupatta
• Colour hues may slightly vary from that which appears in the image
• Minor irregularities are the uniqueness of handlooms and makes each piece exquisite
• Photo credits and appreciation goes to our vendor who has shot the images themselves

Special Instructions
•Mild handwash with natural fabric soap
•Avoid chemical detergents, dry cleaning and also machine washes•Avoid chemical detergents, dry cleaning and also machine washes
•Do not squeeze or wring
•Wash dark and light colors separately
•Dry in shade to retain the natural dye color
•Store in clean and dry place, away from insects, dust, excessive light and moisture
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