Woodcut printed cloth used in the stamp-making / copper inlaid seal India's centuries-old handicraft techniques, especially in the booming Mughal Dynasty ruled India for 400 years. The main production for:
Farrukhabad - Uttar Pradesh,
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Along with fine wood is mainly used for cotton, and is mainly used to seal inlaid brass silk printed.
However, due to increased demand for printed material, making the printing process has gradually been replaced by a screen printing donate (now gradually been replaced by digital printing).
Currently only a handful of artisans are still handmade stamp.
Rosewood inlaid copper seal is produced by the Lucknow craftsmen Akram, seniority over about 20 years, the production of printed cloth seal is family inheritance technology.
Production methods inlaid copper seal: artisan will first make the design of the transparent sheet, and then to design the rubbing sandalwood wood, the wood was cut again as the main dimensions, and then rubbing the map in accordance with the copper inlay Hom into the wood, and while adjusting to accurately copper inlaid wood sill on the base map. Finally, do the polishing and polishing process level.
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