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Chanderi Peach Orange Silk Saree

$158 Incl of GST

A classic contemporary Chanderi Silk handwoven saree with alluring slanted leheria style stripes in silver tissue. The silver tissue beautifully complimenting the peachy orange shade of the saree. This kind of saree takes 6-10 days for one weaver to make.

This comes directly from the looms of Haji Aminuddin Ansari Ji in Chanderi. To learn more about the makers, process and product please read under description.

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SKU: SR-CH-0068 Categories: ,


Fabric:  Silk

Blouse: Unstitched

Saree Length: 6.2 meters ( including blouse in running)

Saree Width: approx 44 Inches

Colors: Peachy Orange

Pattern: Silver Zari Leheriya Stripes

Border: Tonal Tissue with Orange Stripe

Pallu: Tissue Zari

Weaving Cluster: Chanderi

Occasion:  Casual, Day Dressy, Festive

Care: Green dry cleaning only when absolutely necessary. Hang on a cushioned hanger, store rolled or change folds occasionally ( if kept folded) to preserve the delicate fabric.

Disclaimer: Characteristic aberrations associated with hand weaving 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: Haji Aminuddin Ansari of Chanderi is a 3rd generation weaver. His wife Zamarrud and two sons aged 18 and 20 help in running this family business. Aminuddin ji is very knowledgeable about the process and evolution of handloom specific to Chanderi and is equally generous in sharing his knowledge. We admire his quality standards and honesty in his business operations.

Chanderi: Chanderi is a small town situated in Vindhyachal hills in the north of Madhya Pradesh, it boasts of beautiful historical places in and around it. Chanderi is one of the best-known handloom clusters in India, particularly famous for its sarees, produced from finest silk and cotton with intricate gold and silver zari work. Chanderi weaving traditions began around 13th century. Traditional coin, floral art, peacocks and geometric themed designs are woven into different Chanderi patterns. Pre and post-independence royal families provided the much needed patronage to the weaving community. However, Chanderi weavers today continuing this heritage weave remain most vulnerable to poverty due to several reasons both at market and policy levels. We have been fortunate to work directly with weavers of Chanderi, get to know them and their families and share their beautiful, diaphanous textiles with you.

Tags: Chanderi, Orange, Peach, Brocade, Festive, dressy, special occasion, Organza, Cotton silk

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