Blue Jamdani cotton saree
Jamdani is a discontinuous weft technique of weaving, and can be defined as the art of fine Parsi Gara done on the loom. In Jamdani, motifs are inlaid into the fabric by adding a denser thread to fine warp threads by hand. This process is considered the most time intensive and one of the most advanced hand weaving techniques in the world.
Originally, the base for the Jamdani technique was muslin—the finest cloth ever woven by human hand.
Jamdani cotton saree from bengal in blue and yellow color.
Saree has attached blouse piece as shown in the last picture
On a usual day, an artisan weaves between a quarter and one inch of fabric. This means a weaver could spend more than a year weaving one full Jamdani sari.
Difference in shade might appear due to camera lights.
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Variations in color and patterns are inherent characteristics of handloom products and are not defects.
Washing Instructions :-
1- Please dry clean for the first time.
2- Wash cotton fabrics gently and separately in cold water.
3- Do not soak for long hours .
4- Dry in shade.
5- Handloom fabrics tend to bleed out excess color in initial washes.