Krishna Story Handloom Narayanpeth Paithani Kalamkari Saree
When a saree becomes a story in itself. Let's share how. First, the silk yarns are produced and spun, then the saree is weaved in the town of Narayanpeth, and post that kalamkari is done following a 24-step process in Andhra Pradesh. This piece has gone through various hands and various cities in India.
Bringing to you a stunning Handloom Narayanpeth Paithani hand-drawn and Hand-painted kalamkari saree with triple muniya border.
The unstitched blouse(approx 1 meter) of the saree is a Handloom Paithani from the weavers of Yeola Maharashtra.
Kalamkari pieces will have stains, bleeding and irregularities these are a part of the art and not defects. Please review each pic before purchase as these things are not be considered defects. As we capture them carefully in all images.Kalamkari is likely to bleed because of the nature of the craft and colors used.
Please note there may be variations in colors due to photography lights and the device used for viewing. This product is handmade and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of human involvement in the process.
Wash care - Light dry Clean.
We recommend light dry cleaning of Kalamkari sarees, dupattas, or any kalamkari product when needed. You must air your saree every once in a while, and also refold your drape regularly to avoid creasing at the same location over a period of time.
It is also advisable to store silk sarees or dupatta in a breathable, uncolored, muslin cloth in a dry location. Also, keep the saree and dupattas away from moisture as direct and constant contact with moisture can spoil the silk saree/dupatta and the zari. It is advisable to avoid ironing directly on the zari and also bring the silk saree or dupatta in direct contact with perfumes. Do not store the sarees in cane, jute, wooden boxes, or any surface that can catch moisture.
Return Policy - We accept returns in case of defective/damaged products only.