Brown color hand block Table Mat & Napkin Set
Brown color hand block Table Mat & Napkin Set
Brown color hand block Table Mat & Napkin Set

Brown color hand block Table Mat & Napkin Set

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Premium Quality

We are scrupulous with our selection of designs, fabric and styles of printing. 

Asthetics & Ethics

We bring to you the fusion of culture with the contemporary  aesthetics

High thread Count

Material used in our products are of high thread count 

Made in India

Ancient artistry and craftsmanship of hand printing - India’s ever-growing pride.

Modernize Antiquity

Product Pattern Inspired from Traditional artistry mixed with millenial designs.

To seal the vibrancy of prints please dry on the first wash. Gentle hand wash or quick cycle machine was in cold water with mild detergent. Dry in shade. Use a warm iron. Also please note that the colour may fade on exposure to direct sun over time.

Our standard shipping time is 3-4 days after dispatch. Free shipping for orders above 1000. COD is available. For exchange and returns please though our return policy.

Print Inspiration

Blocks used for hand block printing is generally made up of sycamore, plane and pear wood. A design first made on tracing paper and then copied on wooden block. An experienced wood carver then chiseled the intricate design pattern. Once the design is fully carved, the blocks are treated with oil and set aside to soften.

Azo Colour Dyes

The dyes used are called Azo dyes come in a few different base colors and those colors are carefully mixed together to match the desired shade. The fabric is laid flat on a table, and fixed firmly to the table with pins,A special wood table is used for block printing. The table is usually 6 meters in length, by 50 inches wide.and has at least 10 layers of jute fabric, a blanket layer and a thick cotton sheet on the top that is tightly tucked in from all sides of the table. All of these layers help the block print to properly absorb and print onto the fabric.


An expert hand block printer dipped wooden block in dye and stamped firmly by hand onto the fabric. This requires a certain amount of force often achieved by hitting the stamp by hand.If the design incorporates multiple colors, then each is applied separately with its own block, after the previous color has dried.The outline blocks are called Rekh and the filler blocks are called Dutta.

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