Arundhati Handwoven & Block-Printed Table Placemats
Named after the first female doctor in India - Anandi, these napkins are minimalist, effortless, stylish and have an earthy feel to them. Their neutral palette will also compliment any of your dishes.
Handcrafted for a home which boasts character, our linen collection is bold and vibrant, makes a statement and is a beautiful amalgamation of craft and design. Inspired from the vibrant colors worn by the local communities in Thar desert, the collection represents ‘The Great Indian’ desert. The colors signify their culture, identity and way of living.
Handwoven by a small community of weavers from a village in Bengal and block-printed by master artisans from the city of Jaipur, they are bold, stylish and will surely leave your guests impressed! Pair them with matching handloom napkins.
- 13 x 18 inches
- 100% handloom linen
- Gentle wash with mild detergent recommended
- They are made entirely by hand; subtle irregularities are to be expected and celebrated
- Made in India
Block-printed by a small workshop run by a nephew and uncle team, they are passionate about their craft. They say ‘no’ to higher paying factory jobs because this is what they identify themselves with – craft which their fathers and grandfathers mastered and passed it down to them. What seems like a simple stamping process, requires incredible skill, practice and a very steady hand. We love and support block printed fabrics which tell a story of craftsmanship, human touch, and of the people and families behind the craft. By choosing this handmade piece, you help preserve craftsmanship and support rural artisan communities. We thank you for your support.
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We also offer curbside and in-store pickup. Same-day delivery is also available between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on select orders.