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Imperial Brocade Banarasi Handwoven Red Silk Saree

Regular price Rs. 151,095
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This is a delicate textile and requires care during use, handling and storage.

  • Dry Clean only.
  • Iron at minimum temperature.
  • Keep folded in muslin or cotton and refold regularly to allow the natural yarn to breathe.
  • Lighter fabrics like Organza, Kora Silk, Tissue Silk should be kept on rolls.
  • We recommend you avoid use of perfume directly on fabric.


Variations in yarn, weave and colour with occasional fiber migration are unique and intrinsic to this handwoven luxury textile.

Textiles made on handloom possess unique product characteristics and may have irregularities that are an outcome of the human involvement in the process.

When you transact with us, you expressly and unconditionally agree that the company uses handmade processes to weave and finish the products. Use of natural fibres that are hand crafted with traditional methods often create an unevenness in colour tones, shades, texture, with threads often appearing uneven in design and feel and occasional darn (rafu). We use both organic and commercial dyes with an objective of making the product sustainable. The purchaser agrees that these irregularities are an indigenous inclusion in handloom and are not defects. 

Kindly Note: The original colour may vary slightly due to your device screen settings or photography.

Imperial Brocade Banarasi Handwoven Red Silk Saree
Imperial Brocade Banarasi Handwoven Red Silk Saree
Rs. 151,095

Fabric: Silk Tanchoi

Colour: Red

Weave: Kadhwa

Design: Chouka

Saree Length: 5.5 meters

Blouse: 1 meter (unstitched, blouse in the image is used for styling purposes only)

Classic ‘Tanchoi’ style of weaving with floats that form a double overlay texture on the base construction of the silken textile increasing the three-dimensional luster of this saree.
This technique is used to create the red pearl like royal Imperial Brocade Heirloom with  resplendent gilded gold border adding the bridal dazzle.

A fabric of preference from yarn to couture for the Maharanis in India, this silken gorgeousness makes the Saree drape a dream. Mulberry silk or ‘katan’ used as warp and weft and a double twilling weft of a coloured silk, the double twill weave talks of a provenance that is classic and understated luxury.

Imperial Brocade Banarasi Handwoven Red Silk Saree

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