Welcome to Jaypore Weaves

Handcrafted Artistry

Handwoven Rugs

Pashmina Shawls

Working amid Jaipur's beauty, we draw inspiration for our designs taking in the architecture, colour and energy. We create beautiful rugs and textiles handcrafted by artisans and skilled craftsman using traditional methods. Directly from Jaipur to you.

Dresses

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suzani

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Table Linens

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Dhurry collection

Entirely handcrafted by skilled local artisans in Rajasthan. These versatile handwoven rugs add vibrancy to any space.

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Dresses

Beautifully made with fine organic cotton using original hand block print designs. For creative women who want seasonless style.

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Pashmina Shawls

The Jaypore Weaves collection of shawls and stoles are made with the finest and rarest cashmere in the world. A magical and exclusive piece of artisan handwoven luxury.

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bags

Handcrafted using vintage textiles featuring lavish embroidery, mirror work, vintage embellishments adding that wow factor to your accessory collection.

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Block Printing Samode from the Table Linens Collection

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our methods

Handwoven

Hand-knotted rugs are one of the most time-honoured and fascinating techniques of weaving in India. A handcrafted rug's journey from start to finish can pass nearly 200 hands. Hand-knotted rugs are made vertically on specially designed looms...

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hand embroidery

The powerful tool of the needle expressing the dedication and talent of the artisan to decorate our fabrics. Some practice for six months before perfecting a stitch. Our Pashmina's, feature intricate Sozni work. Some embroidery Masters...   

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hand quilting

Our quilts are made entirely by hand, taking up to 2 months to complete. Fresh colours are block printed on mulmul cotton. One of the unique qualities of our quilts lies in the process of carding or dhunai A process which takes..

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block printing

Block printing is one of the oldest types of printmaking in India. Our master chippas print lengths of fabric, usually on cotton or silk, with hand-carved woodblocks. The print starts with the design drawn on paper and on paper and then transferred... 

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