Dark Floral Buds ~ in Black


Curtains ~ Buta

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Featured here, is a half-length hand block-printed curtain in black. The natural dye used for prints is known as Bagru Black and is derived by mixing acidic solution of iron - often rusted nails/horse shoes etc. with jaggery (country sugar) and allowing it to ferment for days. Other natural substances used for producing dyes are pomegranate skins, bark of mango tree, vinegar, slaked lime etc. This curtain uses two types of wooden blocks, a small one for the running pattern and a bigger one providing a weightier base to the design.

Sanchari's Curtains only use natural and vegetable sources for its dyes which are carefully transferred on to pure cotton fabrics.

Dimensions: 24" x 44" (Window length)