Silk Cotton Handloom Silver Maheswari Design Saree With Jacquard Border  ( length- 6.3 meter )

Silk Cotton Handloom Silver Maheswari Design Saree With Jacquard Border ( length- 6.3 meter )

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Pattern : All over
Purity : Maheswari
Saree Color : Oliv Green
Saree length : 5.5 Mtrs
Saree Work : Jacquard Border Work

Banarasi silk saree

For decades together Banarasi silk saree has been consistently an important part of the Indian women wardrobe. Silk sarees hardly fail to please a woman, making her feel most exquisite, pretty and feminal. An Indian woman costumed in Banarasi designer saree with full cosmetics gives a royal and luxurious look that can not be described with words.

Banarasi silk saree is a greatest desire for Indian women till date. There are various designs, colours, and finishes available in the market. Banarasi Katan silk saree is most famous among them.

The decades long heritage of Banarasi Katan silk sarees is at Varanasi or Banaras, the sacred city of India. Banarasi sarees are classified on the basis of fabric and designs.

Katan silk

Recognize the Banarasi Katan silk that you wish to dress up. Katan is a plain fabric that is woven by twisting two pure silk threads wrap and weft. Katan is a local term used by natives of Varanasi. For katan silk fabric, yarn is conceived by twisting various silk strings for its sturdiness and durability. Katan fabric is exceptional, flexible, and shiny.

EMERGENCE OF KATAN

Mainspring of Katan is from Persia. The women of the royal family during Mughal empire put on extravagant and carefully designed dresses using Katan silk.

VERITIES IN KATAN FABRIC

Jamdani, Jangla, Tanchoi, Kinkhab are widely used lace to produce varieties of Katan fabric.

Silk Mark

There are numerous other things sold under the name of silk, such as art silk and artificial silk. Silk Mark is already in existence to help you in identifying pure silk. The silk consumer has long struggled to identify pure silk among numerous other fabrics just like the consumers of gold were facing difficulty in recognizing its genuineness before the introduction of hallmarks. Consumers and traders of genuine silk demanded that the Central Silk Board introduce measures to include fair practices to the trade. Silk Mark was launched on 17th June 2004. Silk Mark is stimulated by Silk Mark Organization of India (SMOI), a registered society under the Karnataka Society Act 1960. SMOI is an initiative of the Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, and the Government of India. The Silk Mark labels are in the form of paper hang tags and sew-in labels. These are fastened only on pure silk products by the authorized users of Silk Mark. Each label has a hologram and a unique number printed on it, which helps the consumer trace the product back to the authorized user.

  • Cod is not available on order above Rs. 9000/-
  • This product has been made by hand and may have slight irregularities in motif due to natural outcome of the human involvement in the process.
  • Due to the time required in creating Banarasi Sarees, the deliveries for the same are done in a span of 10-15 days. The rest of the products are delivered with a timeframe of a week.
  • The product color can be slightly different from what’s shown above, due to the photogenic effect.
  • Note:- Due to the current unfortunate situation because of COVID-19, there might be slight delays in delivering your product. Rest assured, we are trying our best and will deliver your order as soon as we can. Thank you for being patient with us, we truly appreciate it.

Design

The first step in the creation of a product is the design. Our designers seek inspiration from the mundane and the chaotic which they then transverse as their imagination on a blank canvass. In the times of fast fashion, we at Fabpersona create timeless designs that will be loved by you today and can be passed on to the next generation tomorrow. Attention is paid to details making every design different from the rest, yet together they all celebrate the richness of centuries-old Indian craft forms. A complex pattern like Naksha Pattas also looks pristine and neat adding to the elegance of the design.

weaving

After the design and the selection of the thread are taken care of, The next step is to finalize the weaving patterns and the skilled artisans who create magic with thread and zari. The yarns or the threads are clubbed together and are held up in tension on the loom. A loom is a machine used for weaving. The entire process of weaving is so rhythmic; it’s like a caressing humming song being played in the background. The act of weaving is commenced with precision but it’s so effortlessly done. If you ever witness the process of weaving, it’ll soothe your senses and leave you in awe. 

A Celestial Creation

What then is produced is a sight to the sore eyes. The intricacy of the motifs or the brocades and the complex patterns; all of this comes together and an immaculate piece of fabric is created which is meant to be treasured. The luxe sheen ubiquitous to the sarees or the suits at Fabpersona is a result of the passion and love that has gone into the making. Adorn your choice of textile on any occasion and add a touch of elegance, grace, and timeless tradition to your wardrobe. 


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