Hand Block Printed Natural Dye Uppada Silk pure "zari" Sari with woven pallav- butti in the body and plain bordered blouse. One of a kind sari.
Width: 1.10m | Length: 5.05m | Blouse length: 90cm
- Wash Care
- About the Technique
- Gentle, Cold, Machine/Hand Wash
- Dry in shade
- Do not use bleach
- Iron - medium heat
India has a rich history of hand-block-printed, natural-dyed trade textiles since the 18th century & the skill is still widely practiced today. The term “Kalamkari” was originally meant for hand-painted textiles from the region of Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh. When the demand for trade textiles grew in the late 17th - 18th century, Persian block-carvers were called by the East India Company to adopt “Kalamkari” motifs into block-printed “Chintz”. At Creative Bee, after years of research & experimentation, we have mastered the printing techniques, recipes of natural dye print pastes, fixing techniques & all other related hand-processes to produce some of the finest hand-printed, natural dyed and hand-woven textiles.