Kalamkari Cotton Plain

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This cotton saree has a striking kalamkari block print pattern and a vibrant pallu, with beautifully contrasted blouse piece. Best designer creation from the artisans of rural South India. 

  • Has a combination of block prints and screen prints 
  • Vegetable Dyes are used for printing the designs; Chemical free
  • Care: Dry clean first time to set colors. Later handwash in mild detergent (Ezee)/Machine wash with Delicate setting
  • Dimensions: (L x B) 550 cms x 110 cms for saree and 90 cms for Blouse
  • Material: Cotton with Pattern
  • Weight: 280 gms

About the craft:

Kalamkari or Qalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in parts of India and in Iran. The word is derived from the Persian words ghalam (pen) and kari (craftmanship), meaning drawing with a pen (Ghalamkar). There are two distinctive styles of kalamkari art in India - one, the Srikalahasti style which is entirely handworked and the other, the Machilipatnam style of art which uses a combination of block prints and hand painting. 

Kalamkari block print is the one of the earliest and more complex techniques of block-printing on cloth using vegetable dyes. The blocks used are made by specialist artisans and have very detailed and elaborate designs carved on them. The fastness of the colours is ensured by washing, bleaching, and sunning. Persian influence on the designs is visible: ornamental birds, flowers, creepers, and mehrabs or archways found chiefly in Mughal architecture are common.