Beige And Green Gopalpur Tussar Silk Saree With Zardozi Work
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Showing royalty with this six yards of elegance, this Beige and Green Gopalpur saree is finely handcrafted with Gopalpur Tussar which has double borders of the shades of green and red. It also has temple motifs lined along the borders. It has also tassel details at the end of the pallu.
Tussar silk has a rich coarse texture. It is very comfortable to wear even in summer as it's more porous and breathable in nature. It's very light and stiff in structure. Tussar silk sarees are made from silk that is produced from silk worms that breed on wild forest trees, not mulberry trees. They are very delicate and have a natural dull gold sheen to them.
After being woven, a special zardozi work was done on it with beautiful gold threads and embellishments. The bird motifs and small flower embroideries have added to the royalty of the saree.
Zardozi is a form of embroidery that came to India from Persia. Its literal translation, “zar” meaning gold and “dozi” meaning embroidery, refers to the process of using metallic-bound threads to sew embellishment on to various fabrics.
Pair this saree with a blazer or overcoat and belt to the office or accessorise it with minimalistic silver or even gold jewellery for a party.
This saree is a powerful fusion of two cultures and is one of the rarest kind.
It comes with a blouse piece. Length - 5.5 metres, Width - 47 inches.
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- There may be loose threads on the backside of the pallu or borders of the sarees, which is a mark of true hand-woven or handloom saree.
- The slight irregularities or imperfections in the body/anchal/border of the sarees are to be celebrated as a mark of true handloom products, enhancing their uniqueness and beauty.
For silk sarees - Dry clean
For cotton sarees – Hand-wash separately in cold water and dry in shade.
- Iron Care: Light iron.
For Pattachitra handpainted products, iron only on the backside or use a cotton cloth on top of the painted parts while ironing.