Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue  with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree
Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue  with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree
Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue  with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree
Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue  with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree
Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue  with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree
Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue  with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree

Pochampally Ikkat Handwoven Pure Silk Saree in Blue with Wide Deer Border |Silk Mark Certified |Shobitam Saree

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Impeccable beauty, woven in hues of blue and pink!

This Pochampally saree features a blue body adorned with pretty Ikkat patterns. The grace and elegance of this piece are exemplified by its contrasting pink wide border. The upper strip of the border is lined with traditional depictions of deer while the lower strip features repeating temple border patterns. A lovely saree that's just perfect for every occasion.

This saree includes a running unstitched blouse.
The saree is ready to wear with fall and pico done. Shobitam Signature tassels lend more charm to the pallu.

The silk used to make this saree is authentic and of the highest quality. It is Silk Mark Certified for the assurance of quality to our patrons.

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 weave:
The Pochampally is a traditional Ikat silk saree from the Telangana (previously Andhra Pradesh) region in southern India. These sarees are often handwoven on looms which are often in excess of 100 years old! The Ikat weave of the fabric and the intricate tie and dye process are skills unto themselves, mastered by craftsmen over centuries to create the perfect Pochampally.
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