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Ajrakh Hand Block-Printed Natural Veg Dyes, Silk Sarees with BP V

Ajrakh Hand Block-Printed Natural Veg Dyes, Silk Sarees with BP V 7,775.00 7,386.25 PRODUCT CODE: AJKMSLK. SHIPPING & HANDLING: 350.00 DISCOUNT: 5% TIME TO DISPATCH: 0-2days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 1 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier




Material : Modal Silk
Dimension : 6.3 Mtrs
This Ajrakh Saree is hand-made using traditional handblock technique which is a process with upto 14 stages that employs natural colours for printing . The fabric may have slight irregularities adding to its unique charm in the motif and colors which result from the human involvement in the process and are the hallmark of handcrafted product. MEASUREMENTS Saree : Length - 6.3 mtr | Width - 44in. Blouse : Length - 34in | Width - 44in.The last image gives a detailed look of the blouse piece that comes with this saree (The blouse in the images is only for styling purpose) COLOR : Iron Rust & Madder. MATERIAL(S): Modal Silk. (Modal is a type of softer, stronger and high quality rayon. It is known for its "fluidity" and versatile appeal.) WEIGHT (GRAMS) 900 . CARE : Dry Clean Only. Iron On Reverse. Do Not Bleach And Expose This Product To Excessive Heat And Sunlight For Long. [Modal is a wood pulp fiber, technically known as “Regenerated cellulose fiber” the raw material, cellulose, is a natural material which is then turned into fiber using an environmentally-friendly chemical process. Which is then blended & knitted as fabric.It is shiny,softer, stronger and highly lustrous achieved through interlacing modal fibers and silk yarns and is known for its "fluidity" and versatile appeal] Characteristic imperfections associated with hand block printing may be observed, and colours may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing and printing process employed

Country of Origin - India

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