Bandhani is the Indian name for a traditional tie-and-dye technique. In Japan, shaped resist like this is known as shibori. Each dot is the result of creating a tiny peak in the cloth and then tightly wrapping thread around the peak to resist the dye.
Artisans work with precision as they slowly pattern the entire cloth - a lengthy process with an exquisite outcome. Multiple colours are the result of variations of both the tying and dyeing process.
Fiber: 100% Silk
Process: Hand tied by master craftspeople in Kutch, India.
Size is approx: 89 x 169 cm / 35 x 66"