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Handloom Teal Green Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Saree with Sona Rupa Jaal

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    Handloom Teal Green Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Saree with Sona Rupa Jaal

    Let the freshness of the festivities shower on our bride with this beautifully handwoven teal green katan silk saree embraced with sona rupa zari jaal. This saree is perfectly embedded with floral motifs. The shine of the real zari will definitely mark impressions on everyone's heart. Pair this with bootidar border blouse of matching shade and adore your look with some accessories.

    Color - Teal Green
    Fabric - Katan Silk
    Technique - Kadhwa
    Weaving Cluster - Banaras
    Measurement - Length -5.45 m, Width - 1.14 m, Blouse - 95 cm approx., Weight - 948 g


    Katan is a thread, prepared by twisting a different number of silk filaments according to requirement. This gives a firm structure to the background fabric. Katan is a plain woven fabric with pure silk threads. It consists of two threads twisted together and is mostly used for the warp of light fabrics and sarees. Sometimes 2 filaments can be used to make the warp or weft to incorporate a texture or design.

    Katan silk is the fine, soft and delicately lustrous kind of silk that has made Banarasi renowned the world over. Katan silk fabrics are made using the finest quality of Mulberry Silk in both the warp and the weft, woven in a plain weave.

    A variation of Katan Silk fabric is Silk by Georgette (also called Katan Georgette or Summer Silk or Silk Georgette). This is a pure silk fabric and is obtained by using twisted silk yarns in the warp or the weft. The resultant silk fabric is thinner and lighter in weight than katan, making it suitable for wearing even in the hotter months of the year (hence, the name summer silk).

    The Weaving Technique

    Kadhwa stands for 'kadha hua' or 'embroidered'. In Kadhwa weaving, each motif is woven separately as opposed to other Banarasi techniques. Often two weavers weave a kadhwa saree. One weaver is engaged in weaving the cloth or the body of the saree and the second helps in carving out or embroidering each motif using a wooden spool or Tilli as it’s called in Banaras. Using this technique, many different motifs of different sizes, colours and textures can be woven on the same sari, which is quite difficult to do otherwise. A kadhwa saree typically will take a minimum of 12-14 days to complete and go up to 8-9 months also depending on the intricacy of the design. The backside of a kadhwa saree is clean and has almost negligible or zero float or loose threads.

    The Design Technique

    Jangla is one of oldest and most rich patterns, the Jangla is truly representative of a banarasi. Floral patterns, paisley intertwine in brocade or kadhwa weaving on silk, kora or satin fabric. An interplay of floral jaals cover the saree or dupatta in Kadhwa and Kadhiyal weave with meenakari to create a rich design with or without contrasting borders. The jaal is enhanced with jewelled meenakari. This is one of the oldest and most complex weaving techniques from banaras.

    Shipping and Return
    Shipping Time

    Ready to Ship - Ships in 2/3 Days
    Please Note In case fall and picko is required the order will be shipped in a week.

    Indian orders are delivered by BlueDart Overnight and are delivered in 3/5 business days.
    International orders are delivered by DHL Express and are delivered in 5/7 business days.
    Shipping Charges India - Shipping in India is Free
    International - Shipping outside India is chargeable and depends on the weight of the parcel.
    Return and
    Exchange

    Product(s) can be exchanged within 7 days from the date of purchase subject to-

    Customer returning the product unused, unwashed, unaltered and in its original condition with all tags intact.

    All exchange/ return requests should be emailed to care@weaverstory.com

    The original invoice must be produced at the time of request for exchange.

    The Company reserves the right to decide if the product is in the condition for exchange and such decision of Company shall be final and binding.

    Discounted/ Sale/Bargained/Custom made/ Serviced products/ made to order/finished product(s) cannot be exchanged. It includes stitching, alterations, fall, finishing etc. For details on our return and Exchange policy please refer to the Cancellation & Refund Policy on our website.

    Wash & Care
    • Every WeaverStory product is styled and crafted with love, affection & passion, and we suggest that you take extra care of these one of a kind pieces. We recommend:
    DryClean Only
    Avoid bringing in contact with liquids espicially perfumes.
    Change fold regularly, and store in pure cotton fabrics.
    Iron on Reverse side
    Do Not Bleach And Expose This Product To Excessive Heat And Sunlight For Long
    Disclaimer
    • Accessories – accessories shown like tassles may or may not be a part of the actual product. Blouses/Jewelry worn by the model are only for photo shoots and styling reference.
    • Color Variance – This product has been shot in studio lights and there may be a slight difference with actual colors.
    • This product is handwoven and there might be slight irregularities in the weave. But that’s what adds to the charm of handwoven textile and makes it like none other.
    Packaged & Marketed By
    Manufactured
    Packed &
    Marketed by:
    WeaverStory LLP
    C 245, Golf View Apartments, Saket,
    New Delhi – 110017, India
    Ph: +91-9810646345, email: care@weaverstory.com
    Country of Origin India

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