A generously proportioned, fine and smooth textured cotton muslin scarf that doubles up as a turban, sling bag, wall hanging or sarong. This handwoven and hand-embroidered piece, designed in collaboration with New Delhi based designer Sonica Sarna, features what is considered the most artistic and finest Bengali craftsmanship - The Jamdani.
The Eksa motif represents the spiritual immortality of the butterfly in its migratory journey through life. The use of the butterfly as a symbol is a creative interpretation of the soulful journey man pursues to find his identity and his attempts at leaving behind a legacy.
Finished with playful tassels along the edges. Dimensions are 190cm x 90cm.
Handwoven and hand-embroidered in Habibpur, India. In collaboration with designer, Sonica Kapur.
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