A half and half handwoven Kanchipuram silk saree refers to a traditional Indian garment that has been divided into two sections with different colors and patterns. This particular saree features micro checks in beige and grey in one half and violet with diamond gold buttis in the other half.
The beige and grey section of the saree features small, subtle checks that create a textured effect on the fabric. The violet section, on the other hand, features diamond-shaped gold buttis that add a touch of glamour and shine to the saree.
In addition to the micro checks and diamond gold buttis, the saree also features handblock printed floral pattern in the half portion of the saree.
Handblock printing is a traditional printing technique that involves using wooden blocks carved with intricate designs to transfer ink or dye onto fabric or paper. The process typically starts with the design being sketched onto paper or fabric, and then transferred to a wooden block. The block is then carefully carved by skilled artisans to create the negative space where ink or dye will not be applied.
Overall, it is a stunning and unique Indian garment that combines traditional weaving techniques with modern design elements.
It can be paired with any silver jewelry and ready to wear blouse to add more shine and colour and the same can be purchased from the Accessories and Ready to wear section respectively.
Note : The tailored blouse featured is only for reference.