Bamboo Bagh Hand Block Print Decorative Table Runner -
Bamboo Bagh Hand Block Print Decorative Table Runner

Bamboo Bagh Hand Block Print Decorative Table Runner

4,731 (Incl. of all taxes)

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Add a timeless quality to a dining room as well as colourful appeal with this bamboo table runner, hand block printed with Bagh print in natural colours. Crafted from bamboo, the table runner features a traditional floral pattern and is finished with printed cotton edging all over. The traditional paisley pattern and rich red hue create a joyful festive setting. This Traditional Indian hand block print derives its name from the village Bagh in central India. Geometric and floral wooden block patterns inspired by nature and imaginative use of natural red and black colours results in this unique form of art. The designs are individually hand-printed making each piece unique. Colour shading and print imperfections are inherent to the process and add to the beauty of each piece. Colour - Red Material - Bamboo Washing Instructions - Spot Clean Only

Dimension Unit (LxWxH)

  • 120.00x27.50x0.00 Centimeter


  • Block printing of Bagh


  • Bamboo


  • Handcrafted

About the seller

Bilal Khatri
Bagh Print Traditional Hand Block Printing With Natural Colour
At a young age Mohammed Bilal Khatri learnt the traditional Craft of Bagh Print from his father Mr. Mohammed Yusuf Khatri and was born in the village of Bagh on 10th June 1987. Mohammed Bilal’s family has been working in the trade of traditional Bagh Print since 14th century. As Mohammed Bilal began early in life, he carries an experience of about 20 years of Bagh Hand Block Printing. he has been working since the age 8 and learning the complex nuances of the traditional techniques and vegetable dyes. He was awarded National Merit Awards by the Development Commissioner of Handicraft, Ministry of Textile, Govt. of India in the year 2011. Besides he has got Awards from International UNESCO (Award of Excellence) and Russian Diploma Awards from International Ethnomir “The Dialogue of Cultures- United World” Fund. He as a devoted craftsman learnt this craft from his father. Under his guidance he perceived the distinctions of traditional techniques of bagh hand block printing and...

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