Jamdani is one of the oldest weaving traditions of India where each motif is meticulously handcrafted. The age-old method of weaving finds its mention in Chanakya’s Arthashastra, tracing it back to the third century BC.
Favorites of several erstwhile royals in India, Jamdani was displayed as an extraordinary handloom at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the National Museum of Denmark. The craft was declared a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2013.
Telia Rumal is one of the most intricate double ikat weaves. Creating a distinctive pattern of blue and red design is a painstaking process. The properties of tel and the lineage of rumal make the Telia Rumal distinct and superior.
India is one of the only three countries that now produce double Ikat and every piece is a complex weave requiring immense skill, patience, and time.
An amalgamation of tradition with modernity that is shaped through the beauty of our handloom tradition, designed through a contemporary lens to suit modern women. Vintage Weaves exemplify the richness of every single thread that has been used over many centuries.