Sage Green Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

 5,999.00

An elegant sage green hue, handblocked with traditional Ajrakh geometric patterns. The Ajrakh craft tradition dates as far back as the Indus Valley Civilization, and it’s motifs are based on the ancient design concept of ‘mizaan,’ i.e balance and symmetry. Includes a solid black blouse piece with a border block print.

Traditional Ajrakh hand block print, naturally dyed on Modal Silk, a cellulose based vegetarian silk. Has a lustre and shine when draped. The subtle sheen, lustre, intricacy and traditional Ajrakh motifs make it a stunning drape that can be dressed up with indian jewels for a wedding, or dressed down with minimalist silver for elegant professional wear. Dyed naturally with madder root, indigo, turmeric, and several other natural pigments.

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An elegant sage green hue, handblocked with traditional Ajrakh geometric patterns. The Ajrakh craft tradition dates as far back as the Indus Valley Civilization, and it’s motifs are based on the ancient design concept of ‘mizaan,’ i.e balance and symmetry. Includes a solid black blouse piece with a border block print.

Traditional Ajrakh hand block print, naturally dyed on Modal Silk, a cellulose based vegetarian silk. Has a lustre and shine when draped. The subtle sheen, lustre, intricacy and traditional Ajrakh motifs make it a stunning drape that can be dressed up with indian jewels for a wedding, or dressed down with minimalist silver for elegant professional wear. Dyed naturally with madder root, indigo, turmeric, and several other natural pigments.

As of all handmade products, there may be slight irregularities and imperfections in the pattern which make it more beautiful. Handblocked sarees will always have slight discolouration, smudges or small splatters, this is perfectly normal and not considered a defect as it is natural for this to occur in products that are made slow by the hands of human artisans. The sarees are not eligible for return based on a handcrafted irregularity.

There will always be a slight variation in how the colour appears on your mobile/laptop screen versus how it will appear to your eyes in real life. Our sarees are always more vibrant and beautiful in real life. This is beyond our control, as camera and screen cannot capture colour the way our eyes perceive in real life. Kindly expect and anticipate this very natural and obvious variation.

Made in and sourced from artisans of Ajrakhpur, Kutch, India.

Dry clean or very gently hand wash at home with mild detergent.

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