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Banarasi Cotton Ivory White Saree

$84 Incl of GST

Here comes delightful, ethereal cotton muslin Jamdani, born in Banaras, with rich jamdani technique drawn from West Bengal ( jam meaning flowers in Bengali and dani refers to vessel). This diaphanous ivory white handwoven piece in jaal cutwork is sure to draw compliments! It is offered by Waseem bhai from the ancient city of Banaras. Border and Pallu features detailed geometric floral motifs in gold zari and white silk threads.

It comes embellished with handmade color coordinated jaali work tassels made by women artisans in rural Banaras. This elaborate tassel work provides a much needed supplementary income to these communities. It took 6 days to hand-weave this saree.

To learn more about the makers, craft process and product please read under description.

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SKU: SR-BN-0152 Categories: ,


Fabric: Cotton

Blouse: Unstitched, About 80 cm in length

Saree Length: 5.5 meters

Saree Width: 45 Inches

Colors: Ivory White

Pattern: Jaal Buti

Border: Gold Zari, Silk Thread

Pallu: Gold Zari and Thread Work

Weaving Cluster: Banaras

Occasion: Dressy, Festive, casual, peach, banarsi, cotton, jamdani

Care: Green dry cleaning only when absolutely necessary and iron on reverse is recommended to preserve the beauty of this fabric.

Disclaimer: Characteristic imperfections associated with handweaving maybe noticed. This is not a flaw but indicative of handmade process. Despite every effort to showcase each product’s color and design, please note that actual colors may vary due to different device settings and other factors.

Made By/Mkt by: Direct from the looms of  Waseem Bhai’s Saree Cooperative in Varanasi.  Waseem bhai has been practicing Banarasi weaving for past 25 years. Waseem bhai has earned a great reputation for himself for his integrity, quality of his products and innovative design sensibilities. He and his family have lived in Varanasi for generations and have helped perpetuate this declining but beautiful heritage weave. We look for many more years of design collaboration and partnership with him. His sarees are made in the Tanchoi, Jamewar, Rangkat and brocade weaves on typical benarasi silks and georgettes with highly skilled zari work. We are thrilled to bring this highly curated collection of authentic banarasi varieties right here!

Banarasi: Banarasi sarees come from the ancient city of Banaras, also known as Varanasi. Banarasi silk sarees are among the finest in India with opulent brocade or zari work. These majestic saris are often part of an Indian bride’s trousseau. Depending on the intricacy of the design, one saree may take up 10 days to six months to complete. There is something timeless about the exquisite beauty of Banarsi sarees. The biggest threat to the weavers today comes from powerloom manufactured, polyester containing imitation Banarsi textiles that are sometimes passed off as silk handloom. We make every effort to get to know the weavers and their families we work with personally and create work that’s not only authentic and highest quality but also keep up with the contemporary design and colorways.

Tags: Banarasi, white, gold, brocade, festive, dressy, cotton

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