Hand dyed silk scarf using two traditional techniques: Bandhani and clamp dying. Bandhani (tie dye) is a traditional dye technique where very small dots of the cloth are tied with string to resist the dye. The central 40" section of the scarf is folded and clamped, then dyed giving a folded pattern. The scarf is dipped dyed giving variations of the dye. Colors: variations of golden brass, taupe and white. There is a fine 12" tie dye section at each end. The scarf has a interesting puckered texture due to the dye process. A very nice weight for all seasons. 100% silk.
Size: approx. 22" x 72”
Care: dry clean to retain the texture.
Country of origin: India