Tangaliya Weave Tussar Silk Kala Cotton Stole
An intricately hand woven Gicha tussar silk stole from Kutch, Gujarat. A fascinating stole woven in the combination of cool toned purples with a hint of ochre, white and olive green. The miri border along with colourful tassels add an eccentric touch to this piece. Pair this handcrafted stole with a plain black canvas and rustic jewellery to conquer millions of hearts.
Material : 70% Tussar silk, 30% Kala cotton
Colour : Violet, Yellow and Blue
Size : 203 cm x 61 cm
Made in India
* Handmade, Natural fibres
* Natural dye / No artificial colours
* Transparency with customers
* Sustainable packaging
*Hand wash with cold water
*Iron medium heat
A Contemporary Tale Of Weaving
Kutch weaving, known as Marwada style, is one of the most well-known crafts from the district of Kutch in Gujarat (India). It is about 500 years old and many communities over the years have specialised in the weaving of motifs of this craft. This fine textile is one of the most sustainable and long lasting. Kala cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) is an indigenous strain of rain-fed ‘old world’ cotton. Kala cotton is an energy efficient and carbon neutral crop. Ampar is committed to support remote artisans in India to sustain art culture and believe in conservation.