Bageecha - बग़ीचा Throw / Blanket in aqua blue and coral
The Bageecha blanket (dohar) is hand block printed on 100% cotton with carved woodblocks in Jaipur, India.
The art of block printing in India has not changed for hundreds of years and is a craft that is passed down though generations of printers who, with incredible accuracy and skill, are able to create the most intricate designs. Each layer of colour is carved in mirror image into a woodblock and these blocks are then used one at a time to apply the design onto the surface of the fabric which is stretched out along a long printing table. This level of handmade craftsmanship is something that we at Blocked by Clark love to see and wish to continue supporting.
Bageecha is the Hindi word for garden and is an aerial circus theme design featuring both aerial hoop (lyra) and trapeze, which was exclusively developed for the traditional art of hand block printing and includes Mughal block print inspired floral motifs. This throw is printed with bold indigo stripes on the reverse with a block printed indigo cord piping finish making is a versatile home accessory.
This colour way is inspired by the bright and intricate traditional designs that can be found all around the pink city and for me evokes the buzz and excitement I find inside the old city walls.
The Bageecha blanket is suitable for year round use. Filled with a cotton flannel layer for added weight but still light enough to use in summer. It works beautifully as a colourful throw or as a light cozy cover.
Due to the handmade process variation in the colour and print work should be expected, so no two designs will ever be exactly the same making each piece unique!
Printed indigo, aqua and coral
Approx 160cm High x 230cm Wide
100% cotton voile with lightweight cotton flannel filling
Hand block printed by 5th generation master printers in Sanganer
Block printed cord piping finish
Hand wash in cold water with a mild detergent
Do not wring and Iron on medium setting