Dyeable Hand Embroidered Chikankari Pure Georgette Gota Patti Work Saree
This saree is dyeable in nature. Gota patti or gota work is a type of Indian embroidery that originated in Rajasthan, India. It uses the applique technique. Small pieces of zari ribbon are applied onto the fabric with the edges sewn down to create elaborate patterns. Gota embroidery is used extensively in South Asian wedding and formal clothes.
This is a hand embroidered chikankari saree. The delicate work of chikankari borrows its elegance from the city of grace – Lucknow. This form of hand embroidery has an ethereal look to it that is sublime yet super fine. It is the reflection of the rich heritage of the city of Lucknow – suave, sophisticated opulent with a shine of its very own inherent aura. Chikankari work is done on a variety of textile like silk, cotton, chiffon, muslin and the like.
FABRIC: Pure Georgette is a sheer fabric and is traditionally made from silk.This fabric looks thin and is lightweight in nature. It is strong and more durable. Since this fabric has draping property it is not easy to sew it. Using of needles on this fabric spoils the fabric material by leaving needles holes on the material. So avoid using pins on this fabric. Georgette fabric is mostly used in formal women wear to give a fabulous chic look. It is easy to maintain but hard to stitch and sew. Due to its thin texture, the fabric is also used as a layer in a larger garment without adding to the weight of the overall costume or giving out a bulky look.
CARE: Hand wash, Usage of a very light detergent, Air drying is apt as over-exposure to sunlight often causes the fabric to lose its color.
NOTE: There may be a slight colour variation in the image from original product due to various reasons like configuration of computer monitor, colour scheme of computer, lighting of the photograph etc.