In the past two and a half decades, Heirloom Naga has been instrumental in showcasing "MadeinNagaland" textiles to customers not only within the country but to a very discerning clientele in several countries. By innovating on existing Naga textiles, Heirloom Naga first introduced braided tassels as a value addition onto soft furnishings and started a veritable trend in the weaving sector of Nagaland. We also take pride in reintroducing cotton and eri silk into the handloom sector as there was a total shift to other artificial fibres then, thus creating an awareness of natural fibres. Heirloom Naga intends in keeping the cultural legacy alive through the craft of loin-loom weaving and also offer livelihood options to a large community of weavers in the rural landscape of Nagaland and adjoining states. These cultural custodians work within the confines and sanctums of their own homes and in their own pace while owning total ownership of their loom. By bringing doorstep employment to our women,we believe that this not only stems migration and encourages a circular economy but most importantly, it encourages our women to be stakeholders in continuing their traditional legacy. Notwithstanding the numerous challenges that it faced mostly in terms of logistics and infrastructure bankruptcy, Heirloom Naga has successfully placed Nagaland on the international map . With clients in several countries today, we pride in our role of promoting and preserving our textiles legacy and in providing a sustainable income to our weavers. In a society where weaving is considered taboo for men, our primary goal remains to empower women and employ them gainfully. Over the years, our strength comes from the multiple clusters we have formed with our resilient weavers in both urban and rural areas. The weavers are initially trained by our experienced supervisors in adhering to uniformity and international standards. The woven cloth then undertakes quite a journey from nondescript homes to markets outside the state. By providing direct employment to more than 450 weavers now across the Naga tribes of Zeliang, Chakesang, Phom, Konyak, Angami, Sangtam, Chang , Yimchungr and Sumi currently, Heirloom Naga hopes to include more women from other Naga tribes. Heirloom Naga believes in Honouring Hands.
100% Cotton CONSTRUCTION - Throw measures 50 x 60", 100% Cotton QUALITY IN THE DETAILS - Old-fashioned look with a modern twist with decorative fringe for the perfect finish that won't unravel in the wash
FITS THE RUSTIC, VINTAGE, OR DISTRESSED LOOK - This throw has a very chic and trendy look, throw over a couch or chair to add a splash of color and provide warmth on a cold night
VERSATILE - Use DII throw blankets to stay warm, as a decor piece, over a chair or couch, to wrap housewarming gifts, as a picnic blanket, when camping, and more CARE INSTRUCTIONS - Machine wash colors separately wash in cold water, gentle cycle, tumble dry low, low iron
Length : 50 in
Breadth : 60 in
Height : 0.1 in
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