Handloom woven Lungis and Sarongs

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    Selim: Lungi style

    £35.00 £22.00
    Presented in the lungi style of a stitched tube, the Selim's subtle, rich colours evoke the sophistication of the Ottoman court. The light blues and complimentary greens are presented in a pattern which derives great energy from its fluid stripes Although Selim had a harsh reputation we like to remember him as an accomplished poet! “A carpet is large enough to accommodate two sufis, but the world is not large enough for two Kings”.
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    Presented Sarong style as an open cloth, the Selim's subtle, rich colours evoke the sophistication of the Ottoman court. The light blues and complimentary greens are presented in a pattern which derives great energy from its fluid stripes Although Selim had a harsh reputation we like to remember him as an accomplished poet! “A carpet is large enough to accommodate two sufis, but the world is not large enough for two Kings”.
  • Presented Sarong style as an open cloth, the Malabar Green is based on the popular Malabar form with its combination of bold panels and stripes. Malabar describes the coastline of Kerala, one of the great coffee producing regions of India. Its also the brand name given to coffee exports from that area.
  • Presented as a lungi-style stitched tube, the Malabar Green is based on the popular Malabar form with its combination of bold panels and stripes. Malabar describes the coastline of Kerala, one of the great coffee producing regions of India. Its also the brand name given to coffee exports from that area.
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    Presented Sarong style as an open cloth, the Malabar is one of the favourites in the range. Its rich coffee colours and complimentary blues are presented in a combination of bold panels and stripes. Malabar describes the coastline of Kerala, one of the great coffee producing regions of India. Its also the brand name given to coffee exports from that area.
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    Malabar: Lungi style

    £35.00 £22.00
    Presented as a lungi-style stitched tube, the Malabar is one of the favourites in the range. Its rich coffee colours and complimentary blues are presented in a combination of bold panels and stripes. Malabar describes the coastline of Kerala, one of the great coffee producing regions of India. Its also the brand name given to coffee exports from that area.
  • Presented as a lungi-style stitched tube, the Egmore combines muted blues with reds, black and pink in complimentary colours. Its form is a modern interpretation of the classic Madras check style that drew its inspiration from the plaids of the Scottish kilt. Another bustling district of Chennai, Egmore is renowned for its Sunday textile market, with its rash of vibrant colours.
  • Presented as a lungi-style stitched tube, the Chennai is unique in the range for its use of the Ikat dying technique. Ikat, is a style of weaving that uses a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft before the threads are woven to create a design. Although Chennai (formerly Madras) is now one of India’s largest cities, it combines dynamism with a charm all of its own.
  • All our Lungis are wrapped in a hand made paper and sealed. Prior to weaving a starch is added to assist in the weaving process and this is removed during the first wash leaving a soft organic cotton feel.