Sarangi Handwoven Bengal Jamdani Linen Saree - 1425475ORA
This eye-catching linen sari in burnt orange is trimmed on both ends with a stripe in burnished gold. Multicolored floral motifs seem to float aimlessly across the body. The orange pallu is defined by gold stripes and embellished with three large floral motifs in yellow gold, with a trim of gold and orange tassels.
|Ships in||2 Days|
|Width (In inch)||48|
|Exchange||Within 7 Days|
|Border Color Top||Gold|
|Border Color Bottom||Gold|
|Border Width Top (In Inch)||3|
|Border Width Bottom (In Inch)||3|
|Blouse Length (In Cm)||75|
|Zari Detail||No Zari - Threadwork only|
|Wash Care||Dry Wash|
|Identical to 1423937ORA|
Jamdani is one of the ancient cloth-making techniques of Bengal. It is one of the finest varieties of muslin, and the most artistic of textiles. Jamdani patterns are mostly of geometric, plant, and floral designs. Rich in motifs, a Jamdani saree is generally quite expensive to produce, as it is time-intensive and requires dedicated work.
Linen is one of the oldest fabrics; it was being produced in Egypt 4,000 years ago. The fibre is extremely sturdy, durable as well as highly absorbent, qualities which make it highly desirable for making luxurious saris. Blending linen with other yarns, such as cotton, helps improve its feel, fall and drape.
At Sarangi we curate sarees, accessories and fabrics having contemporary design aesthetics and deep-rooted artisanal values, from around the country.
When you shop at Sarangi, you express your preference for "slow fashion" as opposed to fast fashion; you show that you lean towards "classics" over trendy designs; and also make evidence of your fine taste. Sarangi is created with you in mind.