'Joan of Arc'
A Handloom Sari that stands as a testament to valor features the exquisite artistry of Minakari and Kadhua techniques. The Banarasi saree mirrors the dynamic essence of Piccadilly, where strength and grace converge seamlessly.
Crafted over 45 days, the saree showcases the skillful fusion of a bold departure from the conventional, the Half and Half style revealing two different colors that embody the spirit of duality found in both the iconic Banarasi saree and the diverse streets of Piccadilly.
The French knot lace embroidery on the saree's border adds a touch of delicacy, like whispers of elegance echoing through Piccadilly's tranquil afternoons.
These are limited edition Saris and may take time to reach you.
Color: A classic shade of Sand
Fabric: Pure Katan Silk
Making Time: 45 Days
Embroidery Time: 20-25 Days
Craft: Minakari for pop of color, and Kadhua or Kadwa, which means kadha hua or embroidered. This is a laborious method of weaving motifs independently onto the fabric and thus, there are no loose threads on the back. Using this technique, a variety of motifs of different sizes, colors, and textures can be woven into the garment. And while it may take four to five weeks to get the piece ready on the handloom, the final product is exquisite.
Composition: Pure Katan Silk in warp and Pure Katan Silk in weft
Sari Length: 5.6 Meters, Blouse: 1 Meter(unstitched, attached with sari)
Note: The blouse shown is for styling purposes only. Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your device settings.
Handweaving is quite an interesting and intricate art. If you need any advice related to saree styling or need some insight into this precious woven garment in your hands, please feel free to get in touch with us.