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Tashi – Pale yellow saree

SKU: SEAMG20220752

12,600.00

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Pale yellow tussar saree with handblock printed large leaf prints in  beige on the body with kantha work highlights and zari border

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, this saree is a stylish and sophisticated choice for a formal occasion. The use of traditional handblock printing techniques and hand embroidered Kantha work make this saree a timeless and elegant addition to any wardrobe.

Blouse: Yellow tussar  with kantha work

Care Instructions

Embroidery work on fabrics is much prized. At Aavaranaa, we have our own karigars who do hand-embroidery and machine work too. For a majority of our projects we work on hand-embroidery. Learn how to care for them. # Embroidery work like aari and zardosi may involve metal wires, beads and sequins to be used. We recommend you do not machine wash such fabrics. Avoid exposure to perfumes and harsh chemicals and dry clean them. # We also incorporate kutch & kantha work embroidery with mirrors. Kutch and kantha work embroidery is best dry cleaned. # For machine embroidery which only involves thread, it is safe to wash in gentle cycle in the machine. However we recommend dry cleaning them for the first wash

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Tashi – Pale yellow saree

SKU: SEAMG20220752

12,600.00

Out of stock

Out of stock

Tag:

Pale yellow tussar saree with handblock printed large leaf prints in  beige on the body with kantha work highlights and zari border

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, this saree is a stylish and sophisticated choice for a formal occasion. The use of traditional handblock printing techniques and hand embroidered Kantha work make this saree a timeless and elegant addition to any wardrobe.

Blouse: Yellow tussar  with kantha work

Care Instructions

Embroidery work on fabrics is much prized. At Aavaranaa, we have our own karigars who do hand-embroidery and machine work too. For a majority of our projects we work on hand-embroidery. Learn how to care for them. # Embroidery work like aari and zardosi may involve metal wires, beads and sequins to be used. We recommend you do not machine wash such fabrics. Avoid exposure to perfumes and harsh chemicals and dry clean them. # We also incorporate kutch & kantha work embroidery with mirrors. Kutch and kantha work embroidery is best dry cleaned. # For machine embroidery which only involves thread, it is safe to wash in gentle cycle in the machine. However we recommend dry cleaning them for the first wash

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