Born from the blessings of nature in Nepal A Grass Wood dyeing stole with a gentle color. Grind trees, leaves, nuts, etc. in nature in Nepal For example, using natural stone as a dye to fix the color Thoroughly sticking to natural materials.
Hand-woven one by one by Nepalese women, 100% silk stall (raw silk). Enjoy the gentle colors and textures that are completely hand-woven and hand-dyed.
Dyeing raw silk with vegetable dyes is a very laborious task. Especially for dyeing gradation Because it is dyed twice (three times for the engine) Twelve are dyed over two days.
Country of origin documentary -Nepal edition- Nepal is a country surrounded by two major powers, China and India. It is said that silkworms are grown there, threads are pinched, and machines are woven. Old-fashioned handicrafts were alive.