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Jamdani 150 Count Handspun Handwoven Cotton Dupatta/Shawl-Chara

$53 Incl of GST

Jamdani motifs reminiscent of  that fresh seedling green, be prepared to fall in love by the lightness and softness of this dupatta/ cotton shawl for which Bengal muslin is so famous for. Made of high 150 count handspun and handwoven cotton. Beautiful gold tissue zari woven piping frames the border of this well composed design.

To learn more about the makers, materials, care and process please read under description.

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Fabric: Handspun, handwoven 100% 150 count Suvin Cotton from South India, Tissue Zari

Size: About 257 cm x 97 cm

Colors:Green and white Jamdani motifs Kora Cotton

Care: Hand-wash in cold water and mild detergents. Please do not wring. Avoid frequent washing, reverse dry in shade to preserve the beauty of this fabric.

Disclaimer: Characteristic imperfections associated with hand spinning and handweaving maybe noticed. This is not a flaw but indicative of handmade process. Despite every effort to showcase each product’s color and design, please note that actual colors may vary due to different device settings and other factors.

Made By: We work with a weaving cluster, based in Bardhman district where our Jamdani Dupattas are woven, by female spinners (called Catuni) and weavers.

Jamdani: The highly skilled craftsmen of Bengal weave magic by their hands called Jamdani which is an intricate design made using hands on the weaving loom. It is considered as one of the most time consuming and laborious work. It is a supplementary weft technique of weaving, where the artistic motifs are produced by a non-structural weft. The standard weft (base fabric) is a fine( muslin of 100 and above thread count) and sheer fabric, while the supplementary weft with thicker threads adds the intricate patterns. Each supplementary weft motif is added separately by hand while weaving on the loom. Jamdani muslin fabric is expensive due to its laborious work which requires a lot of patience, skill and effort while making these textiles. As consumers it is important to understand the difference and support the skills of artisans still working in this beautiful but painstaking technique.


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