VINTAGE SARI HAND WEAVING PATOLA SAREE PURE SILK FABRIC IKAT CRAFT GOLDEN RED

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  • Item Category: Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
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  • Sold Date: Nov 18, 2012
  • Channel: Auction House

VINTAGE SARI HAND WEAVING PATOLA SAREE PURE SILK FABRIC IKAT CRAFT GOLDEN RED

Beautiful hand woven patola sari with green, orange, black, red thread work, golden weaving work along with geometric design on pallu and 4 sides of border

History of patola

Patola: It is a legendary heritage of Indian textiles from North Gujarat. Patola is also called Double Ikat. Patola is possibly derived from the Sanskrit word "Pattakula" meaning a silk fabric. A double ikat silk fabric in which both warp (vertical) as well as weft (horizontal) threads are dyed into a complicated pattern, It is one of most complex textile-weaving techniques in the world and highly priced fabric. Single patola sari can take as many as 4-5 days of work for 5-6. In Gujarat, it is worn by the ladies during the social and religious ceremonial activities. Patola is a hand weaving style traditionally practiced by rural village people in state of Gujarat.

YOU CAN DESIGN CUSHION COVERS, QUILT CRAFT, DRESS MAKING.

APPROX. SIZE: (1.16 Yard X 5 Yard)

COLOR - AS PER PICTURE (GOLDEN & RED )

FABRIC -PURE SILK

TEXTURE : - SOFT

P S --- SAREE COLOR SHADE MAY BE DARKER OR LIGHTER THAN THE PICTURE

ITEM CODE PT-188

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