The Chikan Label Red Mukaish Viscose Heer Saree Lucknow Chikankari Sari
The Chikan label Designer studio presents Red Mukaish Viscose Heer Saree Lucknow Chikankari Sari. This collection one of the most closest to our heart. Each saree takes more than 1.5 month to complete. And the only tools our women artisan uses are needles & her hands. She pours all her love and dedication into it as if nurturing a newborn child. Abundance of hardwork and creativity goes into making these delicate masterpieces that you will surely fall in love with .
Chikan stiches; ‘Bakhiya’, ’ popularly know as 'Shadow Work' have been delicately done on Faux Georgette fabric with cotton threads. Floral motifs with ‘Kairis’ are delicately placed on this chikan saree, Heavy Jaal Work on Pallu and embroidery in 'chhari' design on overall saree embraces its pattern beautifully, this perky hand embroidered Lucknowi chikan saree is a reminiscent of blooming springs and the serenity that surrounds it. Your skin will surely fall in love with soft faux georgette fabric that will keep you comfortable all day long and make yourself happier this season by choosing it for festivals and parties.
Disclaimer : : Motifs of embroidery may vary as the images shown are for illustration purpose.
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- Saree Fabric : Pure Georgette (4 Times Dyable)
- Work : Mukaish Kamdani
- Blouse Piece : Available
- Saree Length : 5.9 Mtrs.
- Blouse Length : 0.90 Mtrs.
- Occasions : Party Wear, Wedding Wear, Festive Wear
- Garment Care : Hand Wash Only
- Price Includes : Saree with Un-stitched Blouse
- Flawless finishing
- Elegant looks
- Alluring patterns
- Soft and Skin friendly
- Best for summers
Trivia: Chikankari is an Art of Imagination, It is a handicraft process where the wooden blocks are hand chiselled as a result comes out various design patterns, and the natural stew for printing is prepared, and printed on the cloth. The chikankari artisans then use ten ary of the needlecraft embroidery, and perform the needlework artistically. There are 32 stitches of chikankari broadly classified into Raised stitch, Embossed and Flat stitch.
Also Known: Saree, Sari