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Handloom Cobalt Blue Tussar Silk Banarasi Fabric With Zari Jaal
Luxurious cobalt blue fabric handcrafted of delicately lustrous Tussar silk. Embellished with exquisite zari jaal making it perfect for festivities. A versatile piece of art which can be styled into different ways. Customise the luxurious fabric into blouses, suits and traditional wear.
Color - Cobalt Blue
Fabric - Tussar Silk
Technique - Cutwork
Weaving Cluster - Banaras
Measurement - Width - 1.17m , Weight - 156 g/m
Note - 1 unit is equal to 1 meter (100 cm or 39.37 inches)
Tussar Silk, also known as 'Kosa Silk’ in Sanskrit, Tusser is a kind of silk produced by silk worms growing in the wild. These non domesticated silkworms breed on local trees and unlike the domesticated mulberry eating silkworm not mulberry trees. The silk extracted from the wold growing worm or cocoons has a rich, raw texture and a natural deep gold colour. It is also a cooler, more breathable fabric. The fabric is not smooth like mulberry or katan silk but has slubs and several irregularities that are visible.Consult Our Stylist
Phekwa is a weaving style from banaras, where the weft yarn is interlaced in the warp from one end to the other creating textures on the surface of the cloth also called the zamin. This can be done with single silk yarn or resham or zari, or both can be wound around shuttles.
This is one of the most widely used banarasi handloom weaving techniques where the motifs are woven together as opposed to kadhwa saress, thus taking lesser time in completing a saree. This weaving style leaves a large proportion of the silk or zari thread at the back of the saree where there is no motif at the front. These threads at the back are then cut, once the saree is complete. Mostly the ladies of the house help in cutting and cleaning this extra float
Jangla is one of oldest and most rich patterns, the Jangla is truly representative of a banarasi. Floral patterns, paisley intertwine in brocade or kadhwa weaving on silk, kora or satin fabric. An interplay of floral jaals cover the saree or dupatta in Kadhwa and Kadhiyal weave with meenakari to create a rich design with or without contrasting borders. The jaal is enhanced with jewelled meenakari. This is one of the oldest and most complex weaving techniques from banaras.
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Product(s) can be exchanged within 7 days from the date of purchase subject to-
Customer returning the product unused, unwashed, unaltered and in its original condition with all tags intact.
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The original invoice must be produced at the time of request for exchange.
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|Avoid bringing in contact with liquids espicially perfumes.|
|Change fold regularly, and store in pure cotton fabrics.|
|Iron on Reverse side|
|Do Not Bleach And Expose This Product To Excessive Heat And Sunlight For Long|
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