Chikankari sarees have a timeless appeal. The tradition goes back several centuries ago when the Mughal Royals brought this art form to India from Persia 5 centuries ago. This royal and meticulous embroidery technique remains highly sought after. This saree features hand chikankari work on a Georgette fabric. The top of the pleats area is left black to allow for a smooth tuck and not bulk up. The saree is embellished with dainty Mukeish work, which is done by hand. Mukeish is a labor-intensive process, where metallic wires are drawn in different designs by skilled artisans to create one-of-a-kind highlights.The sparkling Mukeish work transforms the appeal of the saree and makes it a perfect choice for a grand evening
This saree is ready to wear with fall and pico done. An unstitched blouse fabric is included.
*Note: There may be minor variations in the shade, the texture of the product. Hues/textures show differently due to variations in screen settings and other factors,
*Note: This is a handmade saree and there may be slight inconsistencies such as in it's embroidery . These are characteristic of handmade products and attest to their originality and are not considered as defects.
Note:Chikankari work causes the sarees to scrunch a little so the saree width will be slightly less than regular sarees.