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Handwoven Banarasi Kadhwa Georgette Saree With Gulab Motifs & Meenakari Design 10040410
WeaverStory

Item Code: WSYSASA10040410
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Product Details
  • Material - Georgette
  • Technique - Kadhwa
  • Speciality - Meenakari
  • Care/Wash Instructions - Dry Clean Only
  • Comments - This Saree Contains Fine Gold Zari.
  • Motifs - No Animal Motifs
  • Colour Details - Purple, Magenta, Blue
Measurements

Length - 5.4 mts, Width - 46 in, Border Width - 10 cms, Blouse - 75 cms

Weight - 620 gms

About the Brand

WeaverStory

What's special about WeaverStory...


WeaverStory is an attempt by a bunch of young professionals to bring the best handcrafted products to customers from chosen craftsmen of India.
 
In their small journey so far, they have not only been able to curate, but have taken the next step and started their own production of Banarasi Sarees and thereby created a Bespoke Banarasi Collection.

As they travel the handloom clusters of India, they are more determined to bring the best of Indian craftsmanship to the world, and help the struggling craftsmen with a window to showcase their best products and Weave a Story for us.

Story

Banarasi

Banarasi or Benarasi Weaving is one of the oldest and most versatile weaving clusters in the Indian Subcontinent.  Zari & Brocade textiles are the specialties of Banaras. The saris of Banaras are named after the motifs – shikargarh, ada bel (foliage motifs), kalga (floral) and more. 


Traditionally Banarasi saris are also woven in different materials – Pure Silk (Katan), Organza (Kora) and Fine Cotton.  Contemporary Designers have innovated on the material that is used to weave Banarasi Saris. We now have Georgette Banarasis, Crepe Banarasi, Linen Banarasis & More