Special craft and technique:
Block printing is a process of using wooden blocks to create impressions on a cloth. The main tools of the printer are wooden blocks in different shapes and sizes called bunta. Blocks are hand-carved of seasoned teak wood by trained craftsmen. The blocks for imprinting are hand-carved by skilled artisans in wood. These hand-carved blocks are used to imprint the design onto the fabric. The imprinting is done by hand by a skilled block printer.
The Sanganeri printing technique developed between the 16th and 17th century.Originally, printers used the colours derived from natural dyes.Fine lines and intricate detailing are specialties of the Sanganeri style Block printing which displays an extensive variety of butas. 6. The designs are based on the traditional motifs paisley flowers, leaves, birds, centreline pattern, and borders with grapevine movement with black or dark outline.
•Crafted in pure 100 % cotton fabric
•A reliable option for party wear and for business wear.
•The shirt features a spread collar and a button placket.
•Team with tailored trousers , jeans and shorts for a pared- back party look.
Size and fit:
Material and care:
Material – 100% natural cotton
Care – Hand wash (cold), Wash separately
2(Two) Days Return Policy Except For Jewelery Items.