Discover: The Shirin print

Tuesday, 13th June 2017 | Written By The EAST Team
Our Shirin print draws inspiration from Chinese blue and white antique porcelain.

The decorative floral print is rich in ocean tones that are accentuated by a delicate silver embellishment and subtle beading.

Like all our Anokhi prints, the Shirin has that extra special touch - the fact that each print really is a unique, irregular piece of art that has been hand block printed by skilled artisans in India.

Centuries old, the craft of hand block printing is a lengthy process, but one which produces the most beautiful results. Learn more about this process here.

Although the process of hand block printing may be a slow one, it is undeniably a rewarding process reliant on a high level of patience and skill.

Thoughtful and sustainable, this craft creates distinctive and luxurious pieces that each have their own story in a rich history of hand block heritage

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