Dabu is a blockprinting technique where artisans use the fine desert sands of Jaipur and surrounding villages in Rajasthan to create a mud resist. The mud must be the right consistency to be applied with a wooden block, taken up by the fabric, and remain intact through an immersion dyebath to resist the natural dyes. The end result is a unique and intricate pattern on a flowing silk cotton shawl.
Fibre: 50% Silk, 50% Cotton
Process: Blockprinted by hand and naturally dyed by artisans in India.
Size is approx: 69 x 242cm / 27 x 95”