With tribal inspiration these hand picked vintage fabrics have been remodelled to create some Eastern Soul magic. Scouring through piles of fabrics I searched for craftsmanship, history and colour to create pieces that tell stories of gypsy travel, culture and art.
Each panel chosen was originally a Galla, which was used by Banjara woman to cover the nape of their neck and they date back around 70 years. With embroidery taking months to complete each piece is hand stitched with geometric patterns and finished with the typical Banjara mirror work, coin embellishment and cowrie shells making it a completely individual piece.
- Vintage Banjara & Kantha Fabrics with Wool & Cotton Thread: Length 15” ( longest panel)
- Strap: Vintage Banjara fabric & Coarse Cotton Length 44.3”/ Width 3” (widest point)
- Lining: Coarse Cotton
- Please Note: As these pieces are hand made and contain vintage fabrics they may contain imperfections
- Only one piece available
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