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Product Code
2111-254281211582918
Quantity
0 In stock

Price

$44

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Maheshwari Weaving

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Black Maheshwari Silk Saree With Golden Border

As these are handmade, please consider that there is a possibility of there being some variance between the image and the product received. 

A striking Maheshwari cotton silk saree in Black with a striking golden contrast border and pallu. It comes with a blouse piece.

Weight0.4 KgsSaree MaterialCotton Silk
Saree ColorBlackBlouse AvailableYes
Patticoat AvailableNo
State Madhya Pradesh/ Queit like Chanderi, Maheshwar, is located in Madhya Pradesh and chiefly known for its historical and spiritual context, the legend of Ahilya Bai Holkar, the Saharaarjuna Temple and….the Maheshwari! The Maheshwari saree reigns amidst the variety of handloom sarees in India. Its is vapor-like light, fine an brilliant in it colour with borders that are either a heavier version of the same fibres and in the same solid colors or else in gorgeous contrasting colors. The fabric is used for Dupattas, Stoles and also Tops and Kurtas given its fine, elegant texture.
Maheswari Saree Handloom Is From Madhya Pradesh In Northern India And His Organisation Have Been Making Traditional Maheshwari Cotton Silk Saree Now.
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All Sarees deserve respectful care and they in turn keep generations of a family looking great. Dry clean or sponge-clean and always remove stains as soon as possible to keep them from setting in. Traditionally all Indian sarees were hand washed in natural detergents found locally in various regions and washed in running clear water. However, the detergents used these days are too harsh and not suitable for use on potential heirlooms. Colours can fade or run. Dry clean only.
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