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Ikat Silk Saree

Product Description
  • Perfect For a Festive or Wedding. Hand Woven Pure Patola Ikat Silk Saree with Traditional Weaving and a Classic Tissue Zari Border. Adoring With a Rich Pallu and Has an Attached 0.8 m Patola Silk Blouse.
  • Note: There Might Be a Slight Variation in Color.
  • Material: 100% Pure Patola Silk ( THICK THREADS )
  • Wash Care: Dry Clean
  • Double ikat is created by resist-dyeing both the warp and weft prior to weaving. Some sources use the term double ikat only when the warp and weft patterning overlap to form common, identical motifs. If they do not, the result is referred to as compound ikat.This form of weaving requires the most skill for precise patterns to be woven and is considered the premiere form of ikat. The amount of labour and skill required also make it the most expensive, and many poor quality cloths flood the tourist markets. Indian and Indonesian examples typify highly precise double ikat. Especially prized are the double ikats woven in silk known in India as patola (singular: patolu). These are from Gujarat (Cambay). During the colonial era, Dutch merchants used patola as prestigious trade cloths during the peak of the spice trade.
Sku: SAREE0196
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