The Orissa Edit
Brown And Black Khandua Handwoven Saree
Khandua Sarees From Orissa Are Closely Associated With Lord Jagannath Temple Rituals. The Common Motifs Used While Waving These Sarees Are, Inspired From The Temple Or Natural Surroundings, Fish, Star, Flowers, Temple Conch, Lotus, Deer, Elephant, Horse And Many Others .
Introducing This Beautiful Masterpiece With An Anchal Of Ikat Weave Motifs Of Deer, Trees And Bows And Arrows With A Black Border Marked By The Motifs Of Several Fishes, Signifying Continuous Movement.
Weave: Handwoven Ikat
Color: Brown With Black Anchal And Border
Material: Mulberry Silk
Measurement: Length:5.30m ; Width:1.17m
- Care Instructions
We Understand That Every Type Of Textile Needs To Be Cared For Differently. We Therefore Recommend The Following To Care For Your Handloom.
- Store Your Silk Saree Wrapped In A Cotton Muslin Cloth.
- Store It With Dry Neem Leaves For Keeping It Safe From Moth & Silverfish.
- Embrace Your Saree More Often To Prevent Zari from Tearing In Fold Lines .
- Avoid Direct Contact With Perfume Sprays.
- Dry Clean Only.
* Considering that the item is crafted by hand, it is possible that there could be slight variations, but do you not think that these imperfections add to the distinctive appeal of a handloom product ?