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Handwoven Red Korvai Kanchipuram Silk Saree With Checks Border 10011447
Sailesh Singhania

Item Code: SASSASA10011447
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Product Details
  • Material - Silk
  • Technique - Korvai
  • Edits - Stunning Singles
  • Care/Wash Instructions - Dry Clean Only
  • Comments - This Saree Contains Pure Gold Zari.
  • Motifs - No Animal Motifs
  • Colour Details - Red, Pink, Green
Measurements

Length - 5.6 mts, Width - 47 in, Border Width - 20 cms, Blouse - 70 cms

Weight - 642 gms

About the Brand

Sailesh Singhania

The Sailesh Singhania brand was created with the vision to promote hand woven saris and apparel with a unique sense of aesthetics for discerning customers through the formation of the Sailesh Singhania Design House. Their designs combine traditional techniques with contemporary flair using a wide palette of colours. This creates a youthful and vibrant look which appeals to customers looking for ‘tradition with a twist’! The label has a wide range of hand woven, hand made products including Tussar-Linens, Organzas, Kotas, Andhra Khadi Cottons, some dazzling Banarasis and grand Kanchipurams!

Story

Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram Silk Saris also known as Kanchi Silk Saris, Kanchivarams, Kanjivarams, or Kanchipuram Pattu Saris are woven in the temple town of Kanchipuram located in Tamil Nadu.   These saris are prized by Sari lovers across India and the world for their bold motifs, stunning colour play and intricate craftsmanship


These saris are woven using pure mulberry silk.  While the weaving happens in the town of Kanchipuram the silk is sourced from Karnataka and the Zari from Surat.  The silk yarn is then prepared by washing in the waters of the river Palar which is supposed to give these saris their Characteristic Sheen