The reclaimed-recycled, hand-carved, wooden fabric stamps/blocks were fitted into a solid mango wood frame to create this beautiful, one-of-a-kind mirror. The series of framed fabric stamps resemble a work of art rather than a simple mirror. Brighten up your home with this creative and unique exotic mirror either hung on the wall or placed on a console table. Originating from Rajasthan, India. Real mango wood furniture. From our Tara collection.
The origins of textile dye blocks: using hard carved wooden blocks and fabric dyes to print beautiful and vibrant motifs on fabrics, a technique known as woodblock printing. This art style and fabric printing technique spread centuries ago in India and Asia and has since spread to parts of Europe.
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