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The Ishani Vintage Cross-Stitch Quilted Jacket

Quilted Vintage Kantha Textile Reversible Jacket

Regular price €723,95
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The Ishani Jacket is fully reversible with large roomy pockets on both sides. It’s left open with a button-free collar stand, for maximum versatility. The garment also features a mandarin collar, and cotton bias finishing on one side to highlight the shape and graphic lines of the seams.

Made in Jaipur, India

About the Textiles Used: This one-of-a-kind piece is made from rare antique Cross Stitch  Ralli quilts. Ralli quilts originate in Rajasthan Gujarat, and parts of Pakistan. They are made out of recycled clothing textiles, and embroidered by communities of women. Ralli quilts are typically given as gifts, for dowries, weddings, and for holy men. 

The original patina of the vintage fabric can include areas of fraying, patches and an age-softened feel. 

Fabric Composition: 100% Recycled Cotton 

Fabric Weight: Medium, structured.

Details & Sizing

- Genderless, reversible design
-Sleeves are designed to be rolled to show the reverse side and for adjustability.
- Relaxed fit
- One size fits many
Measurements (in inches):
Font length: 28.5”
Pit to pit: 50”
Hip: 45”
Sleeve length from collar: 30”

Garment Care

This Jacket has already been pre-washed, and can be machine laundered with cold water on a delicate cycle, and air dried. Dry Cleaning is not recommended.

Shipping & Returns

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*Items purchased on sale are eligible for returns for store credit only.*

Free returns (within the US) on all items, subject to a $20 restock fee. Returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your item. Returns for store credit with no restock fee can be made within 20 days of delivery.

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All Namai garments are designed in New York and handcrafted from third-generation vintage fabric in a small, family-run workshop in India by local artisans.

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