Midnight Blue Pure Tassar Silk Handloom Banarasi Patola Saree
Category: Tussar Patola Saree
Silk sarees are always timeless classic and so is this ensemble, which is an epitome of the genre that redefines the festive look. Designed to suit the tastes of our modern customers and crafted to perfection, this handloom Banarasi attire is as stunning when draped as it looks in flat. The midnight blue color in pure Tassar silk is nothing less than captivating.
Tussar Silk - Desi Tussar silk sarees are also known by the Sanskrit name, Kosa silk sarees. They are made from silk that is produced from silkworms that breed on wild forest trees, not mulberry trees. The porous fabric makes Tussar a comfortable choice even in our warm Indian summers. Tassar Silk drapes like a georgette but not as sheer as Georgette.
Color - Midnight Blue
Weave - Phekua / Cutwork.
Patola (or Patolu – singular), a kind of double ikat silk saree, mainly made in Gujarat, may take from six months to one year to be made and are thus expensive due to intense labour work involved. This saree is weaved in Banaras inspired by Gujrat Patola weaves.
Blouse- Plain with border.
Length – Saree 5.5 meters,
Blouse 1 meter
Note- There may be slight color variations due to photographic reasons.
This is a hand-woven product and any irregularities in the weaving or pattern should not be taken as a defect. These irregularities make every handloom piece unique.