Every handmade piece of art is a demonstration of tradition, unchanged culture and the skill and technique of the artisan.
The Block print collection story inspired by the desert crafts in India.A range of hand-block printed loafers woven in leather and textile to celebrates the earthy colors of Indian winters .
Your Kaisori Ajrakh loafer is a celebration of the oldest printing methods of the Indian subcontinent.Made by Khatris community in Kutch, Gujarat, it is distinguished by its color- blue with red - and its complex geometric & floral patterns. It involves 14-16 different stages of dyeing & printing, which takes 14-21 days to complete by skilled artisans.The resulting cloth is soft against the skin and jewel-like in appearance, pleasing to touch & appealing to the eye.
This set of Ajrakh shoes is hand printed in Ajrakh printing technique style with hand carved wooden blocks using natural dyes .The printer hand stamps the cloth several times with several blocks depending on the number of colors and designs to be printed on the material.Slight imperfections may occur and are a part of the beauty and charm of hand printed fabric.
At Kaisori,we work with artisans who are custodians of age old dyeing and printing techniques to bring you a new story of our rich Indian craft legacy.
Variation and irregularities in the fabric are part of the hand weaving process.
Sizes available : Bata sizes 4,5,6,7,8
Following instructions overleaf ensure the long life of your handloom clothes.
Fabric : Handblock printed with Natural dyes handstitched with leather by rural artisans.
Care Instructions : Wipe clean with soft dry cloth only