Hand Printed Satin Scarf - Blue Fish Scale Pattern
A soft satin scarf with a blue fish scale Ajrakh print.
This scarf is hand block printed in the Ajrakh style on a soft silk modal material.
Silk modal is a satin finished cellulose fabric similar to rayon made from tree pulp. The print and satin finish is on one side. Gold tassels.
Ajrakh is an ancient printing technique found in the desert regions of Gujarat and Sind (in India and Pakistan). 5000 year old remnants of Ajrakh printed cotton have been found near Harappa in the ancient Indus valley civilisation in present day Sind.
These scarves are made by a co-operative in the Indian town of Barmer, near the border with Sind, using traditional carved wooden printing blocks.