The art of weaving requires skill, precision, a rhythm which when repeated produces a delicate weave. The defining aspect of Jamdani is its rich motifs which are all intricately added by hand. Each motif is inlaid into the fabric by adding denser threads to fine warp threads and this process is so time-intensive that on a usual day an artisan can weave only between a quarter and an inch of fabric. This traditional art of weaving Jamdani was declared a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2013.
The Charcoal Black Handspun Jamdani featured here is intricately woven with various motifs. The white and golden butis are scattered all over the body of the sari. The borders are elaborately woven in geometric Jaal motifs which are also embellished with golden motifs. An art in itself this piece is a priceless possession indeed.
Color- Charcoal Black (Natural Dye)
Technique- Handwoven Jamdani
Fabric-Handspun 150 count cotton
Blouse Piece- Available (Not same as shown in image)