Shrujan’s ‘Tana Bana’ 30cm X 30cm hot pink hand embroidered handloom raw silk cushion cover pair has been embroidered by the women of the Jat Garaasiya community from the Kutch region of Gujarat. The embroidery is done by counting the thread of the fabric. The designs are not printed and the artisan herself is the designer of the embroidery. This style is characterized by geometrical patterns in bright colours. The handloom raw silk used in the front and back of these cushion covers is handwoven in Southern India.
This hot pink 30cm X 30cm (12” X 12”) cushion cover pair can be used to add a pop of colour to your home.
Dry Clean only
Fillers not included
This product is handcrafted and one of a kind, hence minor variations in designs within the pair make them unique.
Colours in the image and the actual product may vary slightly.
NOTES FOR YOU
Cotton Apparel - Hand wash separately. Silk & Madhubani - Dry clean only. Baskets & Show Pieces - Clean with a wet cloth. For any other product - Please find the wash care in the product description.
Free shipping within India on orders valued above INR 4999. Shipping out of India is as per weight calculation at checkout.
Country of Origin - India
Gift Wrap Available
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30 Days Free Return
Okhai Apparels - 30 Days Free Return. On SALE - No Return Refund. Please Note - Custom Made Handicrafts - No Returns No Refund as mentioned in the product description.
Estimated Delivery Time
Okhai Apparel - 4-6 Working Days. Custom Handicrafts - 15 to 30 days as artisans make it after they receive the order.
Do note that sometimes the colors on screen appear brighter.
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