Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree
Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree

Purplish Blue Ikkat Handwoven Silk Cotton Saree with Wide Zari Border | Shobitam Saree

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This saree features the perfect bright-blue-hue!
The bright blue body of this saree is adorned with delicately deconstructed diamond meshes in contrast shades. These make for a beautifully considered and complementary color profile. 

This completely handwoven saree comes in light and breathable Silk Cotton Fabric, with complex Ikkat Patterns tastefully rendered. The Wide Zari Borders, also with Ikkat weaving and a contrasting pallu  enhance the beauty of the saree

It is ready to wear with fall and pico done. The saree comes with an unstitched blouse in black.

NOTE:

This is a handmade product and any slight inconsistencies in weaving are natural and add to the individuality of the product.

There may be minor variations in the shade, the texture of the product. Hues/textures show differently based on ambient lighting, gadget settings, color correction, etc.

About the Ikkat weave:
The Ikkat technique is a complex dye and weave technique. Once a design is drafted, calculations are made to pre-determine which segments from the continuous piece of yarn has to be dyed to yield these patterns while weaving. These sarees are 100% handwoven and along with the bold geometric prints, have many stories in their folds. 

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