Trail Cushion Cover - Navy -

Trail Cushion Cover - Navy -
This products made in Jaipur, India, were printed by hand using wooden blocks. Ink spills and splashes on the cloth become a part of the printing process, making the most beautiful looks in all their perfections
and flaws.
MATERIAL
100% Linen
SIZE
45x45cm
60x60cm

Attention:
machine wash.Do not soak. wash dark colour separately. Shape garment and leave to dry, Avoid sunlight.Do not use harsh detergents that contain alkaline soap, bleaches or brightener. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Due to natural characteristics of linen some degree of shrinkage may occur when item is washed.

'Currency Exchange' is just for your reference.
Every transaction will be made in JP yen, and its rate will change a little according to the settlement rate of each credit company. We assume no responsibility whatsoever for the indemnity from the use of those settlement rates.
  • Domestic Shipment Only
  • About delivery date
    • Stock
      The order products will be send out within 7 days
    • Made-to-Order
      The order products will be send out within 30 days

STORY

  • I was very fascinated first I saw this technique in the previous company.
    Since then, I always wanted to present block print to the customer however it was difficult to manufacture on mass products due to splash ink and un-even printing were appeared in the each products.
    This characteristic is most beautiful point of design therefore I do would like to produce it on my own someday.
    We were glad that we could produce them in India at the first time.

    The studio hand block printing down generation to generation for a long time.
    Some of factory could not produce printing in the heat of Jaipur however it still there because of the history.
    The member of family in the unit looks very strict also had strong passion for dyeing and printing.
    Very admirable person I have ever met.

    Our bed linen collection were produced by them in the music of hand-curving and printing.
  • The beginning of process was curving teak wood using chisel.
  • Printing like stamps.