Pure Crepe Silk Pichwai Print Red Saree
Fabric - Crepe Silk
Crepe silk is a type of silk fabric that is known for its unique crinkled or pebbled texture. It is made by twisting the silk fibers during the weaving process, which creates a slightly puckered surface. Crepe silk is lightweight, and soft, and drapes beautifully, making it a popular choice for sarees, dresses, and other garments. It comes in a variety of colors and prints and is often used in high-end fashion due to its luxurious feel and elegant appearance.
Pichwai print is a form of traditional Indian textile art that originated in Rajasthan. The word "Pichwai" means "at the back" in Hindi, and refers to the large textile artworks that are hung behind the idols of Lord Krishna in temples. Pichwai prints typically feature intricate hand-painted or block-printed designs depicting scenes from Lord Krishna's life, often with a focus on the monsoon season and the festival of Holi. The designs are usually set against a dark background, with vibrant colors and gold or silver accents.
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.