One of the oldest patterns in history, the Paisley is likened in shape to a tear drop or mango. Originally called ‘both jejheh’, Paisley was created as a motif for a religious movement known as Zoroastrianism. The design was supposed to represent the Cypress Tree, their symbol for everlasting life.
Print Method: Screen printed and embroidered in India
Manufacturers Eco Certification: Partnership with charity: water
Fabric Care: Dry Clean Only
Designer's Sustainability Pledge: "Integral to the design inspirations is a commitment to reduce the amount of water used in the production process of our fabrics. Through a partnership with Charity: Water, we redirect 2,800 litres of clean water per metre sold to those who need it most." Mahala Textiles
Lead time 3-5 days for in stock fabric. Larger volumes may incur a longer lead time of 12-14 weeks as fabric is printed to order.