Tatsu Dragon Print Batik Dyed Indigo Cotton Bandana$ 60
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- Product Notes
Indigo People use the historical batik design process to create their intricate bandana designs by using hot wax which then allows the dye to resist the fabric to create an intriguing effect. This bandana features a dragon pattern and The Rake suggests tying around ones neck or folding neatly into a suit pocket.
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- Size Notes
50 cm x 50 cm.
- Materials and Care Notes
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is in the UK. It will be dispatched in 1 working day.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
Indigo People was envisaged with the sole purpose of celebrating and maintaining historical and traditional craftsmanship that would otherwise be lost by the introduction of modernised methods. Founded by Kiat Yen and Johan van de Berg in 2013, they endeavoured to combine contemporary designs with authentic techniques using their favourite tool; natural indigo dye. Each product is handmade and collaborated on with weaver communities in Asia, who are masters of the craft and utilise resist-dyeing techniques such as Batik and Itak printing to create the inspired patterns. This technique also renders each and every product completely unique and slight differences will occur with every dye. Investing in an Indigo People accessory will mean you invest the continued support for artisanal craftspeople and their livelihoods.
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