Fair Trade Indigo Napkin Set
Fair Trade Indigo Napkin Set
Fair Trade Indigo Napkin Set

Fair Trade Indigo Napkin Set

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Our Indigo Napkin Set is made with soft 100% cotton that is hand block printed by artisans in Rajasthan, India using the traditional mud resist printing technique known as “dabu printing”.

These are simply beautiful and functional. They are large with dimensions of 20" x 20". We also have the matching fair trade table cloth and table runners for this pattern. Makes an amazing gift! 

  • Certified Fair Trade
  • Handmade in India
  • 100% pure Cotton
  • 20x20"
  • Set of 4
  • Machine Washable 


This art form has been practiced in India for centuries and is a very intricate process involving many steps. The natural variations that occur with mud printing adds to the authentic beauty of each piece. Our cotton table linens are machine washable and showcase the beautiful block printing traditions of India with eco-friendly dyes. Comes as a set of 4 napkins.

By providing a sustainable livelihood to these artisan communities, we help to ensure that these artisans, and their craft traditions, can continue to flourish. With every purchase you make, you contribute directly to providing steady incomes for artisans in underserved villages. We source from members of the Fair Trade Federation ensuring wages and working conditions are fair and promote a better life for these artisans.

Fair Trade + Socially Responsible + Providing work to craftsmen and women in ndia

Founded in Southern California by spiritual seekers and practioners, The Deva Shop provides sustainable income to artisans worldwide through our Fair Trade sourcing. We aim to give back to charities for people in marginalized communities and continue to support ancient art forms with our product offerings. We're also very passionate about the environment. That's why we package and ship all of our prodcuts in 100% eco-friendly shipping supplies, biodegradalbe materials, and recyclable materials.