Patola Ikat Hand woven Pure Silk Saree Rich Black

Rs. 22,000.00
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Color: Black


Material: Pure Silk

Pure Silk

Style: Patola Ikat Saree

Patola Ikat Saree
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This DHEA India Archive Collection Pure Silk Patola Ikat Saree in Black Traditional motifs from Rajkot, Gujarat have been woven with finesse and assiduous craftsmanship show casing beautiful combination of motifs and colours. This DHEA collection saree keeps alive traditional Patola Designs.

Each Ikat silk saree has luxuriously and Vibrant colour combinations which enhance the beauty of the wearer. Patan the ancient capital of Gujarat, is considered to have originated the Patola weave and the was a major centre for manufacture. The complex and time-consuming steps of Patola uses resist treatment of warp and weft by partial tying before dyeing. The steps must do multiple times to get the pattern. The wrapping is made with fine two-ply cotton thread. Yarns must be put into proper positions ready for the warp and weft from the bundles which were made for the dyeing process. The weaving process is complex where the weavers periodically inspect to check that the weave is matching the pattern perfectly.

The word Ikat originates from the Malay-Indonesian word Mengikat, which means to bind, knot, or wind around. In India, Ikat textiles are known as Patola in Gujarat, Telia Rumal and Pochampally Ikat in Andhra Pradesh, Bandh in Odisha. 

Collection: DHEA

Type: Hand Woven PATOLA Single Ikat pure Silk Saree with Black field and Garnet red border and Pallav.

Fabric and Composition: 100% Pure Silk. The ends may have hand-combed natural fringe. 

Colour: Black

Country of Origin: India 

Minute variations in each handmade piece could be there, these are part of its originality and ingenuity. 

Colours may vary slightly due to lighting conditions.  

Care and Maintenance: Dry clean only with Care. Warm iron.

More Details
  • Detailed Information: The oldest Patola to have survived in India can be dated around the second half of the 19th century. The Design Motifs: The motifs and compositions of Patola use abstract geometrical forms taken from Flora and Fauna. The patterns are harmonious and the diagonal diamond shapes have various motifs inside them in some times contrasting colours. Red, Black, Yellow, Green, and Blue in purest colours are used often. Contemporary Ikat weavers are now experimenting with new colours with this traditional weave in innovative manner. Most Double Ikat compositions uses diagonal or square grid in which geometrical or figurative designs are woven in Double Ikat. The hauz, or core unit, is formed by combining these two parts. It is framed by a large red or black block and hauz is adorned with a mosaic-like pattern of motifs. The Ikat patterns forming squares at the corners are its distinguishing feature. Three Distinct Ikat forms and Techniques: Single Ikat, Combined Ikat and Double Ikat. In single Ikat either the weft or the Warp are tie-dyed before weaving. This technique is mainly used in Rajkot Patola, Pochampalli of Telangana and some bandha textiles from Orissa. In the combined Ikat both the warp and weft can co-exist in different parts of the same saree and can occasionally overlap.

Product(s) can be exchanged within 7 days from the date of purchase subject to-

Customer returning the product unused, unwashed, unaltered and in its original condition with all tags intact.


Indian orders are delivered by BlueDart Overnight and are delivered in 3/5 business days.

Wash and Care

Every India Archive product is styled and crafted with love, affection & passion, and we suggest that you take extra care of these one of a kind pieces.

  • Accessories – accessories shown like tassles may or may not be a part of the actual product. Blouses/Jewelry worn by the model are only for photo shoots and styling reference.
  • Color Variance – This product has been shot in studio lights and there may be a slight difference with actual colors.
  • This product is handwoven and there might be slight irregularities in the weave. But that’s what adds to the charm of handwoven textile and makes it like none other.
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