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Gauze Shawl In Linen・Wood

$ 4.600

Umber wood coloured linen gossamer Shawl, crafted from hand-spun Indian linen fabric, retains the unfinished parts of yarn ends on both edges. The uneven dyeing characteristics of linen thread and hand weaving bring a natural handmade texture to the shawl. The thin gauzy texture presents a beautiful semi-translucent quality like clouds, with a lightweight and soft texture that provides warmth and sun protection.

 

*Please note,  this shawl is fashioned from 100% pure woven linen, showcasing its characteristic crease effect and slubs, a unique feature of its artisanal technique rather than a flaw.

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Description

Umber wood coloured linen gossamer Shawl, crafted from hand-spun Indian linen fabric, retains the unfinished parts of yarn ends on both edges. The uneven dyeing characteristics of linen thread and hand weaving bring a natural handmade texture to the shawl. The thin gauzy texture presents a beautiful semi-translucent quality like clouds, with a lightweight and soft texture that provides warmth and sun protection.

 

*Please note,  this shawl is fashioned from 100% pure woven linen, showcasing its characteristic crease effect and slubs, a unique feature of its artisanal technique rather than a flaw.

 

One Size Only| 70  x 180 cm

 

*Model height 164cm.

 

Material | 100% Linen

Product Care | Gentle Dry Clean.

 

– Made in India –

Khadi & Co by Bess Nielsen –

 

“Along a barely defined road in northern Benga, deep in the dense jungle some 200km from Calcutta, is a land where fig and banana trees and coconut palms border the shimmering oxbows of the Ganges. In a clearing near a village of ancient earth houses with palm-leaf roofs, you come across a cooperative where peasant farmers arrive on bicycles, brining lengths of silk and cotton cloth that have been woven on the looms in their villages.

 

Danish textile designer Bess Nielsen works with these people, making use of their techniques, which have changed little in the past 4000 years, and dividing her time between Paris and various parts of India – from Kerala to Nagaland, Rajasthan to Bengal.”

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