Tangaliya Weave Tussar Silk Kala Cotton Stole
A traditionally handcrafted cotton and tussar silk stole from Kutch, Gujarat. An elegantly hand crafted stole of the Tangasia community, Gujarat. The off-white colour with black melange effect and playful tassels gives this stole a unique look. The product is woven with intricate detailings inspired by nature (jhaad). Pair this delicate and simple piece with a plain white kurta and black churidhar to add to your aesthetic appeal.
Material : 30% Tussar silk, 70% Kala cotton
Colour : Beige
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
Weaving The Dots With Family Legacy
An age old tradition, formally originating from Surendra Nagar district of Gujarat (India). Tangaliya weaving is practiced by the Tangasia community requiring highly skilled labour and practice. Popularly known as “Dana Weaving”. It is a result of an extra weft weaving used to create dotted geometrical motifs inspired by the nature. 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.