Hand dyed silk scarf using two traditional techniques: Bandhani and Kantha. Bandhani (tie dye) is a traditional dye technique where very small dots of the cloth are tied with string to resist the dye. The scarf is dipped dyed giving variations of the dye. Colors: variations of red brown, silver grey, charcoal, and white The scarf has a interesting puckered texture due to the dye process. This scarf then has a fine white hand stitched edge around all edges of kantha stitches (running stitches). The combination of techniques makes for a beautiful and unusual scarf. A very nice weight for all seasons. 100% silk.
Size: approx. 17" x 76”
Care: dry clean to retain the texture.
Country of origin: India