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NATURAL INDIGO-DYED PRINTED RUG

NATURAL INDIGO-DYED PRINTED RUG

NT$7,200
NT$5,760
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HANDMADE IN INDIA


Indian handmade indigo-dyed tapestries feature beautifully arranged grid-like patterns reminiscent of tiles.


Made using traditional wax-resist dyeing techniques, each piece is unique, with slight variations in color and irregularities in lines as characteristic handmade traces.


Natural indigo-dyed products have lower color fastness compared to chemically dyed products, making them prone to color transfer through friction and fading over time. However, these qualities are part of the allure for indigo dye enthusiasts, so please understand before making a purchase.


Regarding Indian handmade indigo-dyed tapestries:


They embody a unique culture that is highly admired. India stands out globally in interpreting beauty, projecting ethnic personality into various aspects of life: food, clothing, architecture, design, and everyday objects. With the simplest techniques, Indians weave the most eye-catching and intricate works.


Indigo dyeing is an ancient fabric dyeing technique in India, extracting natural blue pigments from the plant "indigo," known as "Indian blue" worldwide. On blankets woven from organic cotton, artisans use brushes dipped in impermeable wax to draw richly ethnic motifs. The fabric is then repeatedly soaked and dried in indigo dye vats until it achieves a full, even indigo hue. Finally, the wax imprints are melted away with hot water, resulting in unique handmade tapestries.



MATERIAL : 100% COTTON
SIZE : 150 X 240 ( cm )

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