By Jamini

Rectangular tablecloth 170x300 - Blue row

€137,50
Payment in 3 installments free of charge available for all orders over €150.

This blue row rectangle cotton tablecloth was designed in Paris then hand printed by expert artisans in India with the greatest respect for Indian traditions.

This tablecloth will brighten up your interior thanks to its delicate mustard yellow, red and khaki floral pattern. hand printed. Perfect for dressing up your dining table, it will bring a boho-chic touch to your interior decor!

♥ By choosing this handmade piece, you help preserve traditional know-how and support artisan communities.

      Features

      Composition: 100% cotton
      Colors: blue with mustard yellow, red and khaki floral pattern
      Dimensions: 170 x 300 cm
      Gentle wash at 30°C recommended

      The brand

      Jamini. In Hindi, this word describes the purple color of the lotus flower petals that cover the wetlands of Assam as far as the eye can see. It is in this region, the easternmost of India and which shares its borders with Bhutan and Bangladesh, that the creator of the brand, Usha Bora, grew up.

      On this vast continent, although color is omnipresent, it is never solely aesthetic. It punctuates each moment, each event, it takes us to other horizons of life and beauty.

      Jamini follows the same philosophy and also affirms its ambition: to bring together a community of committed customers sharing the same values ​​of preserving an Indian heritage that is as legendary as it is resolutely contemporary, and thus become a benchmark international brand, striking with its chic and daring style. .

      Block printing or Dabu, a technique of hand printing using carved wooden blocks, originated in Rajasthan and is now widespread throughout India. Jamini uses this process for some of his reasons, without wanting to make too much use of it, because there are many other skills to exploit and it is also a vocation of Jamini to play the explorer in search of the rarest crafts.

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