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Reversible Upcycled Silk Scarf [D10]

Reversible Upcycled Silk Scarf [D10]

Regular price $45.00 AUD
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ITEM - Reversible Upcycled Silk Scarf [D10]

DETAILS - Kantha centuries-old tradition of stitching patchwork cloth with light embroidery. This patchwork scarf is crafted by stitching fabrics together using traditional hand embroidery stitch technique, straight stitch called Kantha, making it look really beautiful and unique!

FEATURES - This upcycled scarf is light-weight and reversible. The silk scarf can be styled on many different types of outfits.

DIMENSIONS - 20 inches * 78 inches

ITEM: Scarves | Wraps | Stoles



All-season and versatile: Wear it all around the year.

USAGE: This upcycled silk scarves you can use Prayer, Evening, Weddings, Festivals, Parties or any other special occasions. These scarves are perfect accessories to uplift outfit.

GIFT FOR LOVED ONES: They also make ideal gifts for daughters, mothers, grandmothers, colleagues, partners, students, girlfriends, brides, bridesmaids, wives, wedding gifts, Ramadan, Eid gifts.

This product is handmade using natural pigments and a hand block print process. There may be slight inconsistencies such as smudging, etc. These are characteristic of the art form and are not considered as defects.

Because of lighting, the actual color may be slightly different from the pictures.

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Ethically sourced, Made in small batches, Beautiful designs and patterns, made just for you, Sustainable fashion, Support local craftsmanship etc are just a few things that make our products so special

Flaunt the fashionista within, by carrying these gorgeous accessories by Craft Bazaar.

We got you covered for every occasion and all seasons!

At Craft Bazaar our goal is to provide unique and good quality accessories from different parts of India. And to support the local craftsmen who are working very hard to preserve those artforms.