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SAMIRA ~ Handwoven Pure Jamdani Designer Stole 4,050.00 PRODUCT CODE: ACCSTL011. SHIPPING & HANDLING: 300.00 DISCOUNT: 0.00 TIME TO DISPATCH: 0-2days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 1 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier



Material : Handwoven Pure MUSLIN Cotton
Dimension : 84X36"inches
Luxuriously Exotic Pastel Coloured Handwoven Jamdani Designer Stoles with a classic touch . Exclusively handwoven by Master Weaver from the " Taanti community" from the Green Meadows of Bengal, India.The heritage of our Master Weavers and Artisans are now blended with new Modern Designs and threads combination to produce this range of exclusive Stoles ,Your perfect favorite accessory. Premium Cotton fabrics handspun handwoven by Bengali weavers have become a legend worldwide for their fine textures and lightness. Known as Muslin or Mul Mul these featherweight textiles were celebrated in the international market as the ‘Woven Wind’ and the ‘Wonder Gossamer’. As accessory these add a touch of Vintage Classic from the Britsih Era when these accompanied the royal families for their sheer beauty and being most expensively exclusive . Style : Stole & Wrap ----------------------------------- Fabric Type :100% Muslin Cotton ----------------------------------- Transparency : Opaque ----------------------------------- Occasion : Official/Holidays. ----------------------------------- Look : Tassels ----------------------------------- Features : Moisture Wicking ----------------------------------- Color : Pastel Yellow & Ash Grey ------------------------------ Knit or Woven : HandWoven. ------------------------------ Pattern : Geometric. ------------------------------ Shape : Rectangular ------------------------------- Length : 84 inches -------------------------------- Country of Manufacture : Bengal, India.

Country of Origin - India

ABOUT rangamaati

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	 								Project rangamaati is a Grassroot initiative working with  Artisans of 
Bengal to Empower them break free from Exploitation & Poverty by 
enabling them to achieve financial independence through Sales of their handicrafts and handloom products.

Project rangamaati works as a catalyst for impacting producer 
livelihoods at scale through a commitment to responsible manufacturing and ethical wages. Our framework is committed to making our consumers fully aware of where their products come from, and the impact they have had on creating sustainable livelihoods for its producers, as well as on t...
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