Blok Keris Lima Lok is a regal and masculine motif, inspired by asymmetrical daggers commonly used by Malay men back in the old days. Based on a Gahara archive design from 2011, this vertical botanical epitomises the classic Gahara print style.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
ABOUT GAHARA FABRICS
Our artistry begins with creating the motif. Many of ours are inspired by wood carvings which predominated in Kelantan and Southern Thailand during the Langkasuka period, namely in palaces and distinguished homes and buildings that played a role in signifying cultural diversity, nobility and social status. Focusing on a single composition of a woodcarving, a new design will be created by one of our artists. The design will then be handed to another artist to create the copper block or mold. Gahara designs predominantly use stamping than chanting. It does not rule out the possibilities of other ways to create designs but we seek a signature in block printing to show its multifaceted beauty – grab your favourite by the metre and get making.