A collection of Silk Kantha scarves have been repurposed into stunning Kimono style dusters in beautiful colors, prints, with a delicate hand stitched fringe technique.
Kantha (“KAHN-taa”) meaning ("patched cloth") refers to creating something useful and beautiful out of rich remnants of fabric, pieced together with a small straight running stitch, made by artisans and home-crafters in Rajasthan.
These uniquely layered, eye-catching kimonos made of pure silk, are reversible and can be worn at home or out. The light quilting and patchwork will keep you warm, and the saturated hues and unique patterns are sure to elevate any mood. You will be fascinated by the detail of hand-work and the combination of stitching, cloth, color, and print.
Care: Dry clean or hand wash COLD.
Due to the recycled and handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary. Small tears, loose threads, stains/ discoloration, & threadbare fabrics are all part of the unique character of these vintage pieces. Please handle with care.
Handmade in Jaipur, India from vintage repurposed Kantha scarves.
FREE SIZE: 51" L, 20" across at underarm. Sleeve length 16"
We produce all of our products in small batch limited runs. Once we sell out, we don't make the same style exactly the same way again. Instead, you can look forward to seeing a new interpretation next season.