Chikankari sarees have a timeless appeal. The tradition goes back several centuries ago when the Mughal Royals brought this art form to India. This royal and meticulous embroidery technique remains highly sought after. This saree is set on viscose georgette and features a floral design in a long-running embroidery technique called Tepchi. Please note that the field section of the saree may be less. This is by design as the Chikankari work scrunchesthe fabric.
The black and white combination of the saree and the elegant chikankari makes this saree an effortless winner!
This handmade saree comes with an unstitched blouse and is ready to wear with fall and pico complete.
Note: Minor color differences are possible due to light and camera settings
Note: This is hand Tepchi embroidery. The saree will have loose threads on the reverse side that are characteristic of this art form and this is not considered a defect.
Also, hand embroidery may cause fabric to scrunch thereby reducing the length of the fabric.