Okhai 'Sundown' Cotton Scratch Tie and Dye Cushion Cover

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"Experience the tranquillity of a sunset at the comfort of your home with our flamboyant 'Sundown', made of dreams and vibrant threads. Handcrafted in an incredible range of colourful hues including, yellows and oranges, this one is made with the traditional technique of tie and dye, a method of dyeing textiles to produce patterns by tying sections of the cloth together, so that they will not absorb the dye. The threads are intricately and delicately pleated stitched on the cushion cover's fabric with mirrors to add a pinch of glamour to your room. You can place it in your living room to make it look vigorous and playful and make your evening with your friends more colourful!"

Product SKU : Cutd21B11

Manufacturer By - Okhai center for Empowerment, Hostel Complex, TATA Chemicals Township, Mithapur, Jamnagar, Gujarat, 361345, India.

Packed By - Okhai center for Empowerment, B-319 Sumel 8, Nr. Ajitmill crossroad, Rakhiyal, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380023, India.

NOTES FOR YOU

  • Wash Care

    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.

  • Shipping

    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

    To gift wrap order, select the gift wrap check box on the cart page during checkout

  • 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.

  • Colors

    The colours seen in the image may vary from the actual product due to different computer screen resolutions and displays. Dark colours may look lighter in direct sunlight.

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Bishnupriya Basak

Beautiful. They look extremely cosy in my study with pink walls