Navy Blue Woven Paithani Silk SareeRegular price ₹10,467.00 Sale price ₹6,280.00 Save 40%
Midnight Black Woven Paithani Silk SareeRegular price ₹10,467.00 Sale price ₹6,280.00 Save 40%
Iris Purple Woven Paithani Silk SareeRegular price ₹10,467.00 Sale price ₹6,280.00 Save 40%
Bright Pink Woven Paithani Silk SareeRegular price ₹13,967.00 Sale price ₹8,380.00 Save 40%
In a world full of trends, remain classic with this charming chili pink woven Paithani silk saree with a beautifully designed parrot border & Pallu and booty work on half & half of the saree adds royalty to your personality.
Red Woven Paithani Silk SareeRegular price ₹12,847.00 Sale price ₹7,708.00 Save 40%
Containing a considerable zari pattern, this Paithani saree is amazing and unique for any occasion. Drape yourself and embrace your comeliness.
Fabric: Blended Silk.
Colour: All Colours same as the Photo.
Type: Paithani Saree.
Saree Length: 5.50 Meters.
Blouse Length: 0.80 Meters[Unstitched].
Package Contents: 1 Saree and 1 Blouse Piece[Unstitched].
Zari Colour: Silver and Gold.
Washing Instructions: Dry Clean for the first wash, thereafter Hand Wash. Wash with like colors.
1. The shades may Vary Slightly from the Colors displayed on your screen.
2. There might be slight color variation due to lightings & flash while photo shoot.
The mostly raw material used for Paithani is silk yarn, zari, and colors. Another major raw used in the production of Paithani Silk Saree is ‘zari’. In the olden days the zari was drawn from pure gold, but today silver is replaced for gold, thus making the Paithanis more affordable to medium class. Three types of zari are mostly used for the border, Butti, and Pallu.
Available in both six and nine yards, the most interesting part about the Paithani handloom is that both sides of the saree look the same. Yes, even the border and pallu. In fact, this feature is the telltale sign of a handloom Paithani. A power loom Paithani will show threads on the reverse side. Another key feature of this saree that forms an integral part of a Maharashtrian bride’s trousseau is that it doesn’t lose its luster and unlike other silks, doesn’t wear out at the folds.