Double ikat Natural brown narikunjar patan patola silk saree. this is a most traditional and exclusive saree. organic colour is made from vegetables, fruits, flower, plant. narikunjar design (nari means dancing girl , doll and kunjar means elephant)parrot and flower, blossom. this term referred to patola with all the four motifs used in the main field in narikunjar design. the contrast red border is flaunted with colour full horizontal lines. natural double ikat patan patola saree with flower border in pallu. this is a big narikunjr design in a saree.
Semi ikat brown phoolbhat patola saree. phool means (blossom flower). the term used for flowering shrubs in connection with numerals indicating the number of flower in the shrub. brown phool bhat saree in flower colour is a white. and white dadam pattern in this saree. dadam means(pomegranate). from that ritual evolved the creation of woven textile, saree chichwas placed over the elephant head instead.
Semi ikat brown two figure semi ikat patola saree. this is a thik silk saree. this saree in 2 heritage rich motifs elephant, and parrot. India has a rich ancient heritage in textile. the double ikat patola saree of patan also glorifies the heritage in terms of gorgeous colour, design, and durability. each every thread is individually coloured and put together to obtain beautiful design.
Semi ikat dark blue flower pattern patola saree. semi patola saree in dark blue is an enchanting wonder. flourished in floral ikat mesmerizing brocade on the blue body embraced in zari purple-white ikat folar motifs invines next to a zari kaddi. this is thik silk saree . the precise placement of closely woven motifs in a rich array of colours give the patolu of gujrat a striking mosaic like appearance.
Blue and green laher pattern double ikat patan patola saree. this saree design in two different colour in laher pattern. the double ikat technique is thus an extremely intricate and complex weaving technique. it requires immense knowledge, skill and experience as it involves twenty five processes from creating a free hand drawing of the pattern to transferring that on graph paper for accuracy of motif, sorting the silk yarns, de-gumming them resist - dyeing the weft and warp yarns and then weaving the weft yarns.
Double ikat brown hathi savari patan patola saree. hathi savari means elephant riding. this is a most traditional and exclusive saree.. this pattern associated with rani ki wav in patan. the beauty of elaborately patterned silk patan patola has seen them being regarded as a symbols of wealth, power and prestige. on account of the effort and difficulty of weaving a patan patola, some culture regard the textile as being imbued with magical powers or sacredness.