Grey Chikankari on Odisha Mulberry Silk
Please scroll down to read saree details. This is a 100% custom made handloom saree made exclusively by our weavers on order. Please note that shipping within India is free of charge. For our overseas customers, we are delighted to offer a special international shipping flat fee of $25 (USD) irrespective of the number of sarees purchased.
One of the unique pieces which you'll never find anywhere, this Grey Chikankari on Silk saree is one of it's kind. It's a fusion of two cultures, Odisha Silk handloom and Chikankari of Lucknow. 😍
This makes it one of the rarest handloom sarees ever. The mix of these two cultures come together to impart the elegance and sophistication of this saree.
It has a Ganga Yamuna border and the embroidery is contemporarised with beautiful flower and leaf motifs which make the saree look overall very aesthetic.
After the silk saree was woven in Odisha, it was sent for embellishment by Chikankari embroidery. We managed to bring the beauty of the embroidery of Lucknow to Odisha. Chikankari originated from the Persian culture and was introduced in India by the Mughals. The entire Chikankari embroidery can take months to complete because of the intricate process.
It is elegant and can make any woman look gorgeous for any special occasion!
It comes with a blouse piece.
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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.
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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.