Ajrak Block Printing – A traditional block printing process which originated from the early settlers of the Indus Valley; Sindh, Pakistan. The traditional Teli Ajrak process is complex and can take up to 20 or more steps to achieve the very famous double sided print with perfect registration and rich colour. Today many artisans limit some of the processes. Provenance has Ek-Puri Ajrak (printed on one side) block prints from the studio of Irfan Khatri, Gujarat.
Tussah Silk – silk filament produced by wild Tussah silkworms creating a rougher, rustic yarn than that of commercially reared silkworms.
Mulberry Silk – Silk produced by domesticated Bombyx mori silk worms which are exclusively fed on mulberry leaves.