An ultimate manifestation of weaving perfection, pre-eminent Patola double ikat sarees are a symbol of opulence, posterity and good luck. With vibrant colors and intricate design enhancing the looks of this heirloom saree that is woven to such precision that it’s front and back has the same design do not turn your back on this reversible collectible art!
Royalty has a new name with this deep royal blue hue double ikat saree in the backdrop with dwindling rangoli design in coruscating colors in the forerun. Keeping alive the centuries old weaving tradition of Patan, this saree with a rich silken texture that is resist dyed in natural materials is here to tell its colorful story that will never fade away.
Flawless blocks depicting colorful geometric designs of flowers, elephants, parrots and human figures, this double ikat patola saree is a perfect sing-song of colors. Woven using the 8 ply technique, the fabric of this incredible weave will last a century and the colors are immortal. A desirable garb among royalty and the affluent, this coveted piece of art deserves a special place in your wardrobe.
The fame, charm, and the popularity of the Patola sarees have been woven by centuries of rich history. Crafted in interesting color combinations, this dual ikat patola saree perfectly combining the techniques of tying, dyeing and weaving is a rare jewel worthy of showcasing in any popular textile museum of the world!
A perfect amalgam of precision, patience, undivided attention and dexterity of the hand, this dual ikat saree is a wearer’s delight and her priced possession. With both its sides having equal intensity of color and design and classic pallu woven on either end of the saree, you can flaunt this objet d’art without having to worry about the right side and the wrong end!
Outcome of a creative artist’s vivid imagination, his artistic precision, his undying perseverance and his surreal passion is this dual ikat patola saree. Oozing intense passion in cool blue croma, the print like beautiful design emerging out of the colorful threads that were woven with progressing weaving is very fascinating and intriguing.