Regular priceMRP Rs. 16,250.00 (inclusive of all taxes)
Made in India
Authentic Pure Silk
In stock, ready to ship
This Stunning Mild Olive Green & Baby Pink Kanjivaram Silk Saree is a One-of-a-Kind Weave. Exclusively Designed & Handwoven In-House by our Master Weavers, this Distinctive Saree will be a Conversation Starter in anywhere. Perfect for Parties, Formal Gatherings or Special Evenings, the Beautiful Mild Olive Green Body features Intricate Contemporary Arrows in Gold & Silver, Matching One Sided Broad Border with Yellow Selvedge fully filled with Rich Zari work in Contemporary Zari Patterns, Beautifully Rich Pallu Entirely Filled with Zari in Traditional Zari Patterns and a Contrasting Baby Pink Brocade Blouse with Zig Zag Stripes makes this a Truly Exclusive Addition to your Saree Wardrobe. Match this Beautiful Weave with Elegant Diamond/ Gold/ Platinum Jewellery and look Resplendent. Product Code: D353 Material : Kanjivaram Silk Length: 5.5m Blouse – 80cm Weight (approx): 814 grams Wash Care: Dry Wash Delivery: Within India 7-10 days, Overseas 15-25 days Colors: Mild Olive Green , Baby Pink Brocade Blouse , yellow Selvedge Fabric: Pure Silk Zari: High Quality Silk – Fine Zari Note: The actual product color may slightly vary from the image depending on device you use and it’s screen settings as every monitor and screens have different capability to display colors.
Please note that the dimensions of our box are as follows: Width - 9.5 inches , Height -13.5 inches . The Dimensions including the outer packaging: Width: 12 inches and Height : 18.5 inches
Note: The actual product color may slightly vary from the image depending on device you use and it’s screen settings as every monitor and screens have different capability to display colors.
Pashudh aspires to present the magic of our looms before the world, with a level of finesse and elegance that has never been seen before. Furthermore, we wish to communicate our love for weaving silk sarees and our legacy through our products. One day, we hope the global community would think of Pashudh every time they think of silk sarees.