This beautiful Sari has multiple zari borders on pallu, which gives it a rich look to adorn for special occasions. Second images shows pallu and third image shows blouse design.
The Craft: Ajrakh printing is one of the Ancient techniques of printing in India and is on the verge on dying. We at Missori are making an effort to support our printers who have been in this industry for ages and are losing business because of updated dyeing techniques taking a toll on the age old traditional craft. Natural and organic ingredients have been used to create this Ajrakh printed sari in colors like beige, indigo, mustard, red, black and green. It needs a lot of expertise and patience to create Ajrakh printed products as it takes a lot of precision, time and effort to get the required look. One sari takes almost 3-5 days to be able to come alive as the brightness and the look depends on the climate, soil, water of the place.
Wash Care: Since it’s a vegetable dyed product, please hand-wash it separately in cold water and mild detergent. Do not use a brush as the fabric is silk. Please do not use chlorine based bleach.
Note: Due to the hand-made nature, product colors on hand-dyed fabrics may vary slightly from product to product.
RETURNS: Returns accepted if intimated within 24 hours of receiving the product or for transit damage or if a wrong product sent.
Disclaimer : Sight difference in color from visible product image is possible. Wash care : Dry clean only
Trivia: Chanderi fabric is produced by weaving silk and golden zari in cotton yarn that results in the creation of a shimmery texture. Chanderi silk fabric is famous for its fine texture, transparency and great work in art and design.