Ajrakh style printing originated from the Sindh region of Pakistan, and later influenced fabric artists in Kutch of Gujarat and then in Rajasthan. Its history can be traced back to the ancient civilizations of the Indus valley, from around 2500 B.C. to 1500 B.C. The Ajrakh shawls are a luscious modal and silk blend, with a beautiful sheen. Hand block printed and hand-embroidered, they have hundreds of tiny mirrors stitched into place. A generous swath of fabric, these shawls measure 38″ wide by 90″ long.
Hand loomed cotton wool tribal chic coat. Rich royal blue woven with red and trimmed with tiny white mirrored bhutis. The Rabari embroidered cuffs and pockets add that extra wow factor. Lined in soft cotton blue ikat. slight A-line shape. One of a kind, size Large. 46″ chest.