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Hand Block Printed Chanderi Silk Cotton Saree 10027106
Ode to Earth

Item Code: OTESASA10027106
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Sarees ship in 7 days. Sarees with Falls in 10 days. Sarees with Blouse Stitching in 15 days from date of stitching order.
Import Duties & Taxes if applicable, to be borne by Customer.

*Valid for India Deliveries only

Product Details
  • Material - Silk Cotton
  • Technique - Hand Block Printed, Printed
  • Care/Wash Instructions - Handwash With Mild Shampoo.(No Soap)
  • Comments - This Saree is a Sheer Transparent Saree. This Saree Contains Half Fine Gold Zari.
  • Motifs - No Animal Motifs
  • Colour Details - Beige, Brown, Black

Length - 5.2 mts, Width - 43 in, Border Width - 12 cms, Blouse - 80 cms

Weight - 362 gms

About the Brand

Ode to Earth

The Ode to Earth Story

Ode to Earth is a specialized affiliate of ACCESS Development Services with an aim to link small producers to the mainstream markets. Since its inception in 2011, Ode to Earth has worked with artisans and craftsmen from across the country and developed a wide range of handcrafted exquisite products to cater to craft lovers far and wide.

What’s special about Ode to Earth?

Their product line includes apparel and accessories ranging from handcrafted jewellery of Jaipur to salwars, stoles and dupattas from varying crafts of block printing, tie 'n' dye, weaving amongst others; hand stitched leather and cloth bags and footwear. The Ode to Earth range of home decor includes soft furnishings and decorative items in pottery and metal crafts.




Chanderi Sarees are woven in the town called Chanderi located in Madhya Pradesh.  The Silk, Cotton & Silk Cotton Sarees that are produced in this weaving district are embellished with zari work and renowned for their sheer texture, light weight and semi-transparent glossy look

The Chanderi Sari has also been immortalized by the renowned artist Raja Ravi Varma.  He had used Chanderi extensively in his paintings.