Is there any possibility II could get this tablecloth in a 60x120 I would be willing to pay the difference this is an absolutely beautiful tablecloth and I would love to have it.
Handmade Island Blue Sari Table Cloth (India)
Dress your table in the old-world opulence of Indian Selection's hand made Sari table linen. These table cloths feature a pattern inspired by the royal designs of Indian culture.
ITEM#: 14715144Dress your table in the old-world opulence of Indian Selection's hand made Sari table linen. These table cloths feature a pattern inspired by the royal designs of Indian culture.
- Fabric: Art silk (Polyster)
- Color: Blue
- Care: Hand wash or dry clean only
- Size options: 52 inches high x 52 inches wide, 52 inches high x 70 inches wide, 60 inches high x 84 inches wide
Story Behind the Art:
These sari fabric for these table cloths is made by artisans in Banaras. One of the oldest cities in history, Banaras is steeped deeply in myth and has a rich textile heritage. The weaver community uses power-looms to make sari's and only 3 sari's are produced per day per power loom. The entire family is usually involved in the sari making process. The weavers, who often spend their lives bringing alive delicate designs, measure their existence in meters of silk, inch by inch-the sari and all it symbolizes is the fabric of their life.These traditions of using the women in the family-who are always only involved in the first aspect of the sari making-still continues.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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